Military police said they are investigating a riot that broke out at a polling station in Phnom Penh’s Meanchey district Sunday, in which two police vehicles were torched, but did not say whether they would take legal action against the rioters. Protests began at the polling station at a primary school in Stung Meanchey commune when angry voters complained they could not find their names on the voter list, and descended into anarchy when a man allegedly attacked a monk who was among the protesters. A polling station official locked herself in a classroom to avoid the mob
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