The prime minster of Thailand says she plans to go ahead with next month's elections, despite opposition protests that have blocked much of the center of Bangkok. The anti-government demonstrators want the current, caretaker prime minister to step down, to be replaced with an unelected "people's council". The political turmoil is also impacting the local economy.
Bangkok Protests Roil The Thai Economy
By editor • Jan 15, 2014
Originally published on January 15, 2014 6:44 pm