Former Thai prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra hands a bag of rice to one of her supporters outside of a shopping mall in Bangkok, Thailand on 5 November 2016. The Thai military junta is facing falling rice prices threatening the existence of poor farmers, of whom many once were loyal to the overthrew government. Thailand is the world's second largest rice exporter. Jasmine rice grain prices fell to 725 US dollar (650 euro) a ton recently which is the lowest since 2008. Yingluck faces the junta ordering she personally pays 35 billion baht (one billion US dollar) in civil damage fine and could spend up to 10 years in prison if convicted as she was charged with criminal negligence over her government's rice pledging scheme. (Photo by Anusak Laowilas/NurPhoto via Getty Images)