The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) on Sunday began the first of three days of planned demonstrations in Phnom Penh intended to force the ruling CPP to cooperate in launching an investigation into the contested July 28 ballot. Despite orders from the Interior Ministry to contain demonstrations within Freedom Park, opposition leaders Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha led separate marches in the morning that began at CNRP offices in the city’s Tuol Kok and Meanchey districts, which later joined together at the corner of Monivong and Kampuchea Krom Boulevards. Taking up the entirety of the northbound lane
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