Three days after Sunday’s election, Cambodians who voted are still sporting a dark purple fingertip from the indelible ink that they were made to dip their fingers into after casting a vote, ensuring that they only cast one ballot. Despite warnings from the Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia (Comfrel) on Friday that the ink could be easily washed off, there were no complaints of people trying to vote a second time during Sunday’s poll, said Koul Panha, Comfrel’s executive director. “About double names we do not receive complaints but we remain concerned,” Mr. Panha said,
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