On January 13, 2014 a campaign to "Shut down Bangkok and restart Thailand “ began. There are fortified barricades erected by protesters blockading seven key intersections as well as government buildings. Inside each of these blockades large encampments have been set up, complete with food services, water, medical tents and full programs of daily events like speeches and concerts. The government has declared a state of emergency which in theory bans protest and gives power to censor the media. In practice, the police have been very hands off. On January 17, an explosive device was thrown that appears to have been intended for one of the prominent protest leaders, Suthep Thaugsuban. 36 people were injured. On January 22nd Kwanchai Praipana, a prominent figure in the pro-government red shirt movement was shot (not killed) outside his home. On January 26, Suthin Tharathin, a prominent protest figure was shot and killed by members of the the red shirt movement as protesters disrupted voting sites in an advance poll. The contested elections are set for February 2nd. Protesters believe that fair elections can’t be held before reforms take place. The protests are focused on ousting Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, who most people believe is controlled by her brother, exiled former leader Thaksin Shinawatra. He is wanted on criminal corruption charges in Thailand. On January 27, protesters were given 72 hours to move out of the Government Complex at Chaeng Wattana, otherwise they will face police raid and arrests, warned head of the Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) Chalerm Yubamrung. Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban responded by saying there will be no withdrawal or negotiations.