Hundreds march against World Economic Forum
St. Gallen (Switzerland), Jan 21 (DPA) Around 300 anti-globalisation demonstrators took to the streets here ahead of the World Economic Forum meeting that starts in Davos next week.
The event Saturday was organised by a group calling themselves "actively dissatisfied", according to the Swiss wire service ATS.
Protesters mainly wore black and some dressed as slaves pulled a cart carrying a toilet with a banner stating "capitalism stinks".
Police said the march went off peacefully.
More than 2,000 politicians, business leaders and heads of international organisations are due to gather for the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos that is due to take place Jan 24-28.