The Council of Ministers’ Press and Quick Reaction Unit on Friday released a scathing, official “white paper” on the opposition party’s conduct in the lead-up to, during and after the hotly contested July 28 national election, accusing it of trying to destabilize the country to suit its political agenda. Reaction Unit spokesman Keo Remy said the opposition CNRP had long planned to reject the election results and that its accusations against the ruling CPP—of being complicit in a fraudulent election, the results of which did not reflect the true winner—were baseless. “We think that the election process was
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