Election monitors said Monday that irregularities at polling stations during Sunday’s vote were widespread, and preliminary results released by the government do not necessarily reflect the true will of the electorate. At a press conference in Phnom Penh, Transparency International (T.I.) executive director Preap Kol said findings from 906 observers in 407 polling stations around the country had shown that many voters were unable to cast a ballot on election day. “Citizens were frustrated to find that their names were not on the voter list and this led to anger and chaos at some polling stations,” Mr. Kol
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