Thousands of demonstrators gathered in Bangkok to call for reforms to the monarchy and the resignation of the Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha.
- Protesters first gathered at Democracy Monument, then they walked to Government House where they called for the resignation of the PM
- Wednesday's protests are the latest development in the months-long campaign against the powers of the establishment in Thailand.
- Protesters are demanding that the power of King Maha Vajiralongkorn would be limited - the king spends most of his time in Germany.
- When Queen Suthida traveled in a limousine just a few meters from the protests, the demonstrators started shouting "My tax money!".
- Pro-government demonstrators mounted counterprotests, they are wearing yellow shirts - the color of the establishment.
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