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Thailand's PM in court over abuse of power

Thailand's prime minister appears before the Constitutional Court in Bangkok to defend herself against allegations of abuse of power. She and her party is accused of benefiting from improperly transferring her national security chief in 2011. The prime minister is also facing other charges of negligence over a government rice subsidy scheme which opponents say was rife with corruption. (SOUNDBITE) (Thai) LAWYER OF PRIME MINISTER YINGLUCK SHINAWATRA, SOMMAI KUSAP SAYING: "Today we have provided whatever we could. We are satisfied with the witnesses that we have presented today but whatever the judges think is up to them, but we have done our best." If she's found guilty of all charges she could be removed from office and banned from politics for five could also bring chaos, violence and large scale pro-government protests onto the streets. Thailand has seen deadlock since anti-government demonstrations began late last year. Yingluck l

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