Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Yingluck's husband: We are ready for public scrutiny
Yingluck Shinawatra's husband, Anusorn Amornchatr, says it's normal for a public figure to come under scrutiny.
"But everybody has a family. Anyone making accusations against our family would have to think how they would feel if they were subjected to such thing," the low-profile businessman told reporters yesterday when he made a rare appearance to celebrate his wife's 44th birthday anniversary with their son, Supasek ("Pipe").
Anusorn said Yingluck is a "super-active" woman and she would have to learn how to be more patient now that she has entered politics.
"As a politician, she will have to come under scrutiny. There is no problem with that," he said.
The public, no doubt, will expect to know more about Anusorn's life from now on. He says he is ready for it.