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Deputy PM brushes off office claim

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Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung fended off an accusation during yesterday's censure debate that state funds were used to pay for luxurious furniture in his office at the Royal Thai Police Office (RTPO). 

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During the first day of the no-confidence debate, Rak Thailand Party leader Chuvit Kamolvisit alleged that more than 2 million baht was spent to decorate the deputy premier's office at the RTPO. Mr Chalerm has an office there because he supervises police affairs.

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