Anti-government protesters cheer as they listen to a leader's speech at a Defence Ministry compound in north BangkokBy way of Amy Sawitta Lefevre and Apornrath Phoonphongphiphat BANGKOK (Reuters) – Protesters in search of to oust Thai High Minister Yingluck Shinawatra rallied at her brief place of business on Wednesday, but the most desirable stayed away from the possible flashpoint a day after five people had been killed in gunbattles in Bangkok. A senior safety authentic mentioned police would no longer attempt for now to retake more protest sites, after Tuesday's "Peace for Bangkok Mission" saw the deadliest clashes since the anti-executive demonstrations started out in November. Yingluck, seen by using opponents as a proxy for her brother, ousted former most effective Thaksin Shinawatra, has been working from a Defence Ministry compound in north Bangkok for the reason that protests compelled her to vacate her Government House workplace. "We got here here as a result of we don’t want Yingluck to use the Defence Ministry advanced any longer," Chumpol Jumsai, a protest organizer, instructed around three,000 supporters.