About 200 red-shirts continued their rally in front of the Constitution Court for the third day on Wednesday, demanding the nine court judges cease performing their duties.
They were led by Pongpisit Kongsena, alias Lek Bandon, leader of a group of operators of "radio stations for democracy".
Mr Pongpisit claimed the nine judges lacked the legitimacy to perform their duties. He said they had misused their authority to infringe on judicial and executive matters, causing the government to have problems in its administration of the country and dividing the people.
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