Crowds and crowds of people have continued to demonstrate on the streets of Bangkok calling for the ejection of the government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and a "people's revolution."

Some of them have carried a huge national flag that enveloped almost 50 rows of protesters and proclaimed that they were the people of Thailand; a small hard-line group resorted to violence, in which a policeman was killed and more than a hundred people were injured.

Demonstrations have continued with ferocity since Yingluck's decision to dissolve Parliament early and ask the Thai people to decide who should run the country in a February election. Fears about violent disruptions led the election commission to ask the government to postpone the election indefinitely.