With the opposition CNRP and CPP having conducted two days of talks aimed at ending the stalemate over July’s disputed national election, opposition supporters in Phnom Penh on Wednesday insisted they would accept nothing short of total acquiescence from the ruling party to the CNRP’s demands. The National Assembly is due to be convened by King Norodom Sihamoni on Monday, and CNRP leaders Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha told the crowd at the close of the party’s three-day demonstration in Freedom Park on Tuesday they would hold further demonstrations if they do not secure agreements in further talks.
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