When opposition leaders Kem Sokha and Sam Rainsy arrived at Monday’s rally in Phnom Penh, they were escorted out of their SUVs, moved through an emotional crowd and lifted onto the stage by a bevy of burly men dressed in green, gray and beige uniforms. As the CNRP’s vice president and president addressed well over 10,000 ardent supporters, the heavy—though unarmed—presence of their personal security apparatus was impossible to miss.