The opposition CNRP on Monday threatened to sue the National Election Committee (NEC) over alleged election irregularities during the July 28 ballot—which both the ruling CPP and CNRP claim to have won, though the NEC’s results support a CPP victory. CNRP vice president Kem Sokha promised to sue the NEC through Cambodia’s courts if its preliminary election results, which the CNRP claims are fraudulent, are upheld by the Constitutional Council of Cambodia. “If the National Election Committee, the Cambodian People’s Party and Constitutional Council of Cambodia do not provide justice to the people, we will use the law
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