PHNOM PAN, Cambodia
The latest in Cambodia national elections (local times):
Cambodia’s ex-ex-opposition leader Sim Rensey called for a peaceful demonstration against the general election of the country, and has called him to “make elections with a final choice”.
Cambodia’s Information Minister says that the ruling party won the Sunday elections, ensuring that Prime Minister Han Sen, who will lead the country for 33 years, will serve a five-year term.
Talking to Paris, Sam Rensey told the Associated Press that “it is an unprecedented victory because they won without a real challenge … before the elections they dissolved only a trusted opposition party. . ”
Although 20 parties had faced an election campaign, last year, the Supreme Court had done only the same competition with the popularity and organization for the honorable challenge of the Cambodian National Rescue Party of Sam Rensey.
Cambodia’s Chief Government spokesman says that the ruling ruling party has won general elections, to make sure Prime Minister Han Sen will serve for five years in the country’s leadership for 33 years.
Khai Kanyri, whatever information minister, did not tell that 125 seats in the National Assembly were captured by the Cambodia People’s Party in the Sunday elections, but the preliminary publication on state television shows that it is less At least 70% vote in each of the 25 provinces of the country.
Although 20 parties contested the election, to wear only a reliable challenge with popularity and organization, the Cambodian National Rescue Party was dissolved by the Supreme Court last year.
Prior to Cambodia’s National Electoral Elections, the initial part of the long-term leader of the 125-member assembly of Prime Minister Han Sen’s ruling party was expected to come back for a five-year term. Successfully with
Although 20 parties contested the election, to wear only a reliable challenge with popularity and organization, the Cambodian National Rescue Party was dissolved by the Supreme Court last year. With many Western governments local and foreign rights groups agreed that the elections would not be reliable.
Sunday night’s early rounds, which lived on state television, showed at least 70% of the total 25 provinces of the Cambodia PPP’s Party in Sen-Sen, with behind the 19 challenger parties.
Cambodian has opted for the election in the election election so that some people go back to the Prime Minister Han Sen and the Cambodian PPP.
Although 20 parties are participating in the elections, the Cambodian National Rescue Party was dissolved last year by the Supreme Court.
Her former leaders have demanded supporters to boycott the elections.
The vote is over at 3 o’clock. And early results are expected on Sunday.
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