Protesters moved quickly from point to point, posting different sites for possible protests on social media.
“We will stay until it’s over or move to another location with other activists,” said Dee, 25, one of dozens of protesters in Asok, one of the busiest interchanges in the city. Bangkok.
Hundreds of people gathered at the Victory Monument, nearly five kilometers (three miles) away.
Asok protesters put handwritten notes on the shuttered station that read “Does licking the dictator’s boots taste good?”
A few police officers gathered on the other side of the interchange but did not immediately intervene.
“We are committed to maintaining peace and order. To do this, we are bound by laws, international standards and human rights, ”police spokesman Kissana Phathanacharoen said at a press conference.
Protesters claim Prayuth designed last year’s election to retain power he seized in a 2014 coup – a charge he denies.
The protests have also become more openly critical of King Maha Vajiralongkorn’s monarchy, breaking a long-standing taboo, demanding restrictions on his powers despite potential jail terms of up to 15 years for anyone insulting. the king.
The royal palace did not comment on the protests, but the king said Thailand needs people who love the country and the monarchy.
The government banned protests in Bangkok on Thursday.
During protests by tens of thousands at various locations across Bangkok on Saturday, protesters painted a flag on the road with “Republic of Thailand” written on it. The writing was painted overnight.
Across Thailand, protests were staged in at least 19 other provinces on Sunday.
Solidarity demonstrations were also organized or planned in Taiwan, Denmark, Sweden, France, the United States and Canada.