The Constitutional Council of Cambodia has rejected complaints submitted by the CNRP of voter irregularities in 11 of 15 provinces and municipalities, the Council said Tuesday adding that the opposition had provided little evidence to support its claims of flawed voting on July 28. Most of the CNRP’s complaints relating to the 10 provinces and Phnom Penh centered on problems that voters encountered that prevented them from casting their ballots and also included accusations that Viet*namese nationals were allowed to participate in the election. The CNRP also alleged that representatives of their party monitoring the election were ousted
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