Standing before a crowd of about 1,000 supporters at the partyís headquarters in Phnom Penh on Wednesday, opposition leader Sam Rainsy continued to claim victory in Sundayís national election and accepted hundreds of complaints from disgruntled voters who said they were unable to find their names on the voter list. Flanked by CNRP vice president Kem Sokha and lawmaker Mu Sochua, Mr. Rainsy said the party had ended Prime Minister Hun Senís 28-year era of political dominance in the country.