របៀបវារៈ ចំនួន៣[ not demands ]ដែលត្រូវធ្វើការចរចា រួមមាន៖
ទី១. ទាមទារឲ្យមានការស៊ើបអង្កេត ភាពមិនប្រក្រតីនៃការបោះឆ្នោត។
ទី២. ទាមទារឲ្យ គ.ជ.ប ត្រូវចុះចេញពីតំណែង
ទី៣. ឲ្យមានការកំណែទម្រង់ ការបោះឆ្នោត។
Xinhua | By Agencies 2013-10-31
Cambodian long-time opposition leader Sam Rainsy on Thursday called for dialogues with the Prime Minister Hun Sen's ruling party over political conflict after the hotly-contested July's election.
"The Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) would like to reaffirm its will to reach a peaceful resolution to the current political deadlock," Party President Sam Rainsy said at a news briefing. "I will phone His Excellency Sar Kheng (Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister) to inform him that the CNRP is willing to resume dialogues between the two parties."
CNRP's Vice-President Kem Sokha said the agendas for talks could be a request for probe into alleged poll irregularities and a demand for the resignation of the election council's leadership in order to pave the way for a credibly electoral reform.
There is no immediate response from the ruling Cambodian People 's Party (CPP), but the CPP has several times denied the election fraud and rejected the proposal for the probe committee, saying it is against the nation's constitution.
On Sept. 24, the Cambodian parliament, formed by the ruling party's 68 lawmakers-elect, voted for the establishment of a new government under the leadership of Prime Minister Hun Sen even though the opposition's 55 lawmakers-elect boycotted the session.
Sam Rainsy reiterated on Thursday that the current government is "illegitimate" since it was formed in a violation of the constitution.
However, Hun Sen has defended that his government is " legitimate" since the nation's King Norodom Sihamoni had already given endorsement.
Hun Sen, 61, who has been in power for 28 years, has vowed to rule the country until he is 74.