Thaksin had surgery last week, now recovering says daughter

Thaksin had surgery last week, now recovering says daughter
Thaksin had surgery last week, now recovering says daughter
At a meeting on Tuesday at the Pheu Thai Party’s headquarters to commemorate its 16th anniversary, Paetongtarn Shinawatra, center. Varuth Hirunyatheb( picture )

According to his child Paetongtarn, who stated on Tuesday that she is unsure of how much he may stay in the hospital, former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra underwent surgery and is currently recovering.

At the Pheu Thai Party’s Bangkok office, Ms. Paetongtarn was speaking with reporters.

Thaksin underwent surgery last week and was still recovering. She claimed that while his blood pressure was good on some time, it wasn’t as high on different times.

There were no additional information provided by Ms. Paetongtarn. She advised writers to consult Thaksin’s physicians.

She claimed that she had no idea how long her papa would need to stay in the hospital.

On Tuesday, a general doctor at Police General Hospital confirmed Thaksin had undergone operation.

The former prime minister was operated on next month for a number of reasons, according to Pol Lt Gen Dr Sophonrat Singhajaru. He was recovering and his situation had improved.

After being admitted almost immediately after being committed to prison and serving a one-year sentence, activists & nbsp demanded an update on Thaksin’s health on Monday, claiming that he had spent the previous month in Police General Hospital.

According to Ms. Paetongtarn, her household was thinking about asking Thaksin for pardon and was conscious of the Department of Corrections’ regulations.

When asked for comment on a stability majeste case involving Thaksin, Ms. Paetongtarn replied that it was the result of misunderstanding.

Thaksin would need to spend at least six months in prison, or until later February, before he could apply for probation, according to the Department of Corrections on Monday.

The ministry will also determine whether Thaksin requires ongoing medical care outside of prison.

On the morning of August 22, Thaksin, 74, returned to Thailand after spending 15 times in self-exile. During his presence, he had been found guilty, given a sentence, and charged with new offenses.

The Supreme Court ordered his imprisonment for eight years for the three finalized circumstances on the same day. Yet, due to health reasons, he was transferred that same evening from Bangkok Remand Prison to Police General Hospital.

His sentence in prison was reduced by HM the King to one month and a half.