The CPP and opposition CNRP on Tuesday said they had made progress toward breaking the country’s political stalemate over July’s disputed national election, but offered no details on what was achieved during the second straight day of talks. After another three hours behind closed doors at the National Assembly, CNRP spokes*man Yim Sovann said his party had still not abandoned its threat to boycott the Assembly’s opening session on Monday unless the CPP agrees to an independent investigation into election-day irregularities. “We still have five days to make the decision,” Mr. Sovann told reporters. He said some progress
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