Thai Protesters March to Government Bank

Hundreds of protesters trying to topple the government marched to the Government Savings Bank in Bangkok on Monday (January 20). One of the protest leaders, Tavorn Seniem, said they wanted to convince employees not to work for government banks, because the people's savings deposited in them were being used for corrupt purposes. Blowing whistles and waving flags, the protesters arrived outside the savings bank building, greeted by some employees.