The Office of the Attorney General has asked police and the Foreign Ministry to determine the exact whereabouts of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, in order to facilitate his extradition.
Director of the Office of the Attorney-General or OAG ‘s International Affairs, Sirisak Tiyapan , stated that his agency is still unsure about the exact whereabouts of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
Sirisak stated that police and the Foreign Ministry must forward Thaksin’s address to the OAG so that further action can take place.
He also accepted that although the Foreign Ministry has already revoked Thaksin’s Thai passport, he is still able to travel to different countries with his foreign passport .
Sirisak stated that his office will hold a meeting with its working panel to seek a decision over further action.
Meanwhile, the website of the Liberian Observer news agency has posted a picture of Thaksin shaking hands with Liberian President Richard Tolbert.
The website says that the fugitive prime minister plans to invest in Liberia’s mining industry
Thai Ex-Prime Minister Eyes Huge Investment in Mining Sector
Published: 23 April, 2009
|Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and Chairman Richard Tolbert|
The delegation held talks with the Chairman of the National Investment Commission (NIC), Dr. Richard Tolbert, in Monrovia on Wednesday.