Thailand Election Fails To Settle AnythingPlay
Anti-government protesters are promising to stage more rallies as they press to have the results of this weekend's elections voided.
Despite fears of violence, voting proceeded peacefully in 90 percent of Thailand's polling stations on Sunday, but protesters did force some stations to close in Bangkok and southern Thailand, keeping millions from casting their ballots.
Officials say it could take weeks to make it possible for them to vote. The BBC's Jonathan Head reports.
This segment aired on February 3, 2014.