Anti-government protesters in Thailand say they will continue their campaign to topple Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
However after staging a day of disruption during Sunday’s election, some protest camps in the capital Bangkok have been closed.
After the vote Yingluck said the election had been a positive signal but that a lasting solution was needed and was grateful the vote had been largely peaceful.
With the main opposition boycotting the poll, Yingluck is almost certain to be returned to power.
But two months of protests to oust Yingluck’ and the influence her self-exiled former president brother Thaksin will continue with another march today.