Calling for an investigation into alleged cheating, Cambodia’s opposition has rejected its narrow loss to long-time Prime Minister Hun Sen’s party.
By Simon Roughneen,
Just minutes after the polls closed Sunday, an orange-robed monk remonstrated with officials at the central Phnom Penh voting station, less than a kilometer from Prime Minister Hun Sen‘s House.
“Where was my name? They did not have my name,” he shouted, saying he wasn’t listed to vote, even though he cast his ballot at the same place in previous elections.