The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) last night issued its own results from Sunday’s national election, claiming a razor thin victory over Prime Minister Hun Sen’s ruling CPP and calling on the country’s long-time leader to stand down. CNRP president Sam Rainsy claimed that his party won at least 63 of the Assembly’s 123 seats, eight more parliamentary positions than the CPP said the opposition had won, according to their preliminary results, which they issued on Sunday evening. “At least 63 seats, at least,” Mr. Rainsy said last night. “The CPP is the remaining.” On Sunday, the
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