BANGKOK, THAILAND - MARCH 2: Anti- government leader Suthep Thaugsuban leads a march as protesters move their protest site off the main streets of the capitol city in Bangkok, March 2, 2014. After six... more 
BANGKOK, THAILAND - MARCH 2: Anti- government leader Suthep Thaugsuban leads a march as protesters move their protest site off the main streets of the capitol city in Bangkok, March 2, 2014. After six weeks the anti-government protest called "Bangkok Shutdown" decamped from their positions moving the central protest to a city park. The massive protest caused severe business disruptions and traffic chaos as major intersections were blocked. The anti-government leader Suthep stated that the closure of the rally stages did not amount to a concession or surrender by his party called the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) but a new phase of the protest. Thailand also held re-run elections today in five southern provinces where voting was disrupted during the February 2nd poll by anti-government protesters. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images) less 
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