The CNRP’s post-election complaint-gathering project expanded beyond Phnom Penh on Thursday as the party continued its own investigation into irregularities surrounding Sunday’s vote. CNRP lawmakers say they have received in excess of 2,000 complaints in Phnom Penh since Wednesday, and have notified their nationwide network of activists to collect complaints before a final report is compiled on Monday. CNRP spokesman Yim Sovann said it was essential that the CNRP undertake the work in the absence of the National Election Com*mit*tee’s willingness to investigate election flaws independently or with help from international experts. “Our activists at provincial, district and
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