An estimated 100,000 protesters shut down Bangkok’s commercial district Monday.
It’s where the deals are done and the wealthy of Thai society live.
Bangkok is a notoriously difficult city to negotiate, and that’s without the masses blocking off already-choked traffic lanes.
One faction of demonstrators has, according to The New York Times, given the prime minister until Wednesday to leave office and is calling for radical, anti-democratic change.
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