In former PM Yingluck Shinawatra's declaration of assets to the National Anti-Corruption Commission in December, she said she borrowed Bt30 million (S$1.23 million) from her older brother and ex-PM Thaksin on December 8, 2014.
The ex-PM submitted the declaration one year after leaving her MP post as required by law, and it showed that her assets had increased by Bt11 million.
Her declaration stated that she and her son had Bt615 million in assets and some Bt30 million in liabilities, based on the money she owes her brother.
She did not include the assets of her unregistered partner in the declaration.
Politicians from Pheu Thai Party declared their assets as follows:
- Former commerce minister Boonsong Teriyapirom Bt17 million; Bt452,880 less than when he stepped down as MP.
- Deputy commerce minister Poom Sarapol Bt39 million.
- Yaowapa Wongsawat Bt123 million, marking a Bt670,000 rise.
- Ex-foreign minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul Bt35 million, Bt6 million less than when he stepped down as MP..
- Pichit Chuenban Bt11 million.
- Korkaew Pikulthong Bt100 million.
- Udomdej Ratanasatien Bt21 million.
- Worachai Hema Bt7 million.
- Nattawut Saikua Bt17 million.
- Dr Weng Tojirakarn Bt26 million.
- Chalerm Yoobamrung Bt170 million.
- Prompong Nopparit Bt16 million.
- Khattiya Sawasdipol and her spouse Bt6 million.
- Somsak Kiatsuranont Bt1 million.
Those from the Democrat Party issued their assets as follows:
- Party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva, his spouse and their underage children have Bt55 million; Bt720,000 more.
- Chuan Leekpai Bt6 million.
- Former finance minister Korn Chatikavanij Bt893 million.