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    20 May 2013
    The Cambodia National Rescue Party on Monday said it would not recognize the results of the general elections in July if the National Election Committee is not reformed. About 2,000 supporters of the party gathered in a demonstration on Monday calling for reforms recommended by the UN, international NGOs and others. (Kong Sothanarith, Phnom Penh)

    Opposition Holds Demonstration for Election Reform

    Published 20.05.2013

    The Cambodia National Rescue Party on Monday said it would not recognize the results of the general elections in July if the National Election Committee is not reformed. About 2,000 supporters of the party gathered in a demonstration on Monday calling for reforms recommended by the UN, international NGOs and others. (Kong Sothanarith, Phnom Penh)


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