Fugitive former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and his sister, former leader Yingluck, were in Singapore on Tuesday, in a rare sighting of them since Yingluck fled Thailand last year.
Yingluck's administration was toppled in a 2014 coup and she was later put on trial for negligence over her government's rice subsidy scheme, which is said to have cost billions of dollars.
Former Thai prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra on sought a blessing by Buddhist monks' blessing at her house in Bangkok on Wednesday ahead of a court verdict due on Friday that could land her in prison.
Thailand's military-appointed attorney-general on Friday charged 19 leaders of the opposition "red shirt" group with violating a junta ban on political gatherings.
Ousted Thai premier Yingluck Shinawatra said Friday she would fight a junta order demanding she personally pay nearly $1 billion in compensation for a rice policy critics say was riddled with graft.
Ousted Thai premier Yingluck Shinawatra urged the ruling military junta to state whether it will hold elections next year as planned if Thais vote down a new charter in a looming referendum.