Tens of thousands rally against Ma Ying-jeou in Taiwan
TAIPEI (AFP) - Tens of thousands of slogan-chanting Taiwanese took to Taipei's streets on Sunday to protest at the government's economic record in one of the biggest rallies organised by the main opposition in recent years.
The march, which stretched for miles, began after Mr Su Tseng-chang, chairman of the Democratic Progressive Party, led the crowd in shouting: "People are furious at Ma".
Other slogans and banners also took aim at President Ma Ying-jeou from the China-friendly Kuomintang party, who was elected in 2008.
"Down with Ma Ying-jeou!" "Cabinet reshuffle!" the protesters chanted during the peaceful march.