More than 10,000 Thais demonstrated in Bangkok on Saturday to demand an end to the military-imposed government, with many calling for a return of deposed premier Thaksin Shinawatra. Some protesters wore T-shirts emblazoned with the face of Thaksin. Police had banned protesters from marching outside the plaza, but the crowd defied the ban and walked to the army headquarters some three kilometers away from Sanam Luang plaza. The police formed two large human barricades to prevent the protesters from reaching the army building, but each barricade was peacefully dispersed following negotiations between officers and rally leaders. As they marched towards the headquarters, the crowd shouted: "Thaksin come back! CNS Get Out!" Pro-Thaksin groups have said they will continue daily demonstrations until a major anti-junta rally scheduled for June 24.