Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has said he will take legal action against the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship over its referendum anti-fraud centre if the law is broken.
“If they want to set up the centre they can but do not break the law. If they get together and break the law, we will look into it,’’ he said Monday.
“What do I gain if there are frauds to rig the charter draft to pass or not pass the referendum?’’ he said.
UDD leaders have said that after setting up the centre to monitor for fraud in the August 7 referendum, they would invite the United Nations, the European Union and foreign embassies in Thailand to the centre.