Protesters filled the streets of Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, on Monday, hoping to shut down the city’s central business district in protest against Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. For two months, Thai activists have protested the Shinawatra government, which recently suspended elections set for February among other anti-democratic measures. No violence has been reported during Monday’s protests, but eight people have been reported killed and 470 more have been injured since the protests began in November. See some of the most shocking photos of Thailand’s anti- Shinawatra protests.