The People's Alliance for Democracy has threatened legal action against anyone who removes the controversial "vote no" animal placards it has posted around the capital city, saying they belong to a political party and are not in breach of the election law.
The yellow-shirt group issued the warning on Monday after a meeting of PAD core members in the presence of Puea Fa Din Party secretary-general Samdin Lertbut.
PAD spokesman spokesman Panthep Puapongpan said the "vote no" placards belong to the Puea Fa Din Party. They were intended to persuade the voters to tick the "no vote" box on the ballot paper.
Election posters urge voters to vote 'No' in the July 3 election. (Photo by Jetjaras Na Ranong)