Facing increasing pressure from the government to avoid disrupting public order, opposition leaders Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha announced Monday that planned demonstrations for Saturday would become a day of prayer for justice, rather than a protest against the CPP’s claim of victory in July’s election. “We are going to hold the demonstration with calm spirits, and turn it into praying for peace both physically and mentally,” Mr. Rainsy said during a press conference at the CNRP’s office in Meanchey district, adding that the CNRP would not call for a change in government. “We will hold the demonstration
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