CPP lawmaker and de facto party spokesman Cheam Yeap said yesterday it was now “too late” to form an independent committee to investigate alleged irregularities during last month’s national election and that the opposition CNRP needs to be “more flexible” in its relationship with the ruling party. But opposition leader Sam Rainsy said the CNRP was al*ready seeking advice on how to go about conducting nationwide protests peacefully come Septem*ber 8 when the official election results are handed down. “It is too late [to create a special committee]. We [the CPP] are the winning person, we cannot bow
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