More than 200 students and opposition supporters marched Sunday around Phnom Penh’s Wat Phnom with flowers in hand, urging parties to refrain from violence during Saturday’s protest against last month’s contested national election results and for recent incitement charges against two students to be dropped. The morning march, organized by a group of like-minded friends via Facebook, came amid the opposition CNRP’s preparations for mass protests set for Sep*tember 7, the day before the National Election Committee is to release final results almost certain to show a win for the ruling CPP. The opposition says it will go through with
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