Thursday, December 19, 2013
VOA Khmer, December 19, 2013
Cheam Yiep, a senior ruling party lawmaker, said no decision has been made, but a change to election laws is a possibility to prevent further political deadlocks.
A “request” must be made by the president of the National Assembly to the National Election Committee, he said. “Until now, it’s just a discussion between us,” he said.
Official election results gave 68 of 123 seats to the CPP, with the remainder to the opposition. But the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party has boycotted the new government, saying they lost the election due to irregularities and fraud. Click to read more
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