More than 10,000 people rallied in the Thai capital of Bangkok on Sunday, one of the biggest gatherings yet among anti-government protesters demanding an end to the military-led administration and calling for the monarchy’s powers to be reined in.

Demonstrators in masks and carrying placards assembled at the Democracy Monument, which commemorates the 1932 revolution that ended absolute monarchy. They held up three fingers to reflect their demands for a dissolution of parliament, the end of threats to civil liberties and for a new constitution.

"We’re not just a movement on social media anymore. We’re out here calling for real change and they have to listen,” said Chanita Chananusorrasit, a 24-year-old law graduate who attended the protest. "We want a charter that belongs to all people, not just the military.”