Thai protesters march in bid to oust PM, but turnout low

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BANGKOK: Anti-government protesters marched in Bangkok on Thursday in a bid to force Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra from office but their numbers appeared far smaller than earlier in the month, when she called a snap election to try to defuse the crisis. Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban is demanding political and electoral reforms before any vote is held and wants these to be overseen by a “people’s council” his movement will help nominate rather than by Yingluck, who is caretaker prime minister until the election, set for Feb. 2. About 2,500 people marched along one of the city’s main roads holding banners that read…

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