Around 20,000 people protested in Thailand's capital on Saturday against the government of former coup leader and Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, with many demonstrators also calling for reforms to the monarchy.
"Down with feudalism, long live the people," was one of the chants at the biggest demonstration in Bangkok since Prayuth took power in a 2014 coup.
Saturday's protests moved from the campus of Thammasat University, a traditional hotbed of opposition to the military and royalist establishment, on to Sanam Luang - translated as Royal Field - outside the Grand Palace.
Organisers said there were 50,000 people present in the latest demonstration.
Police said there were at least 18,000, still enough to make it bigger than a protest last month.
Sept. 19 is the anniversary of the coup against the populist then-prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra in 2006.
Among the protesters were many of his red shirt followers, veterans of clashes a decade ago with pro-establishment yellow shirts.
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