Following the convening of a one-party CPP National Assembly, leaders of the opposition CNRP said Monday that they would continue to boycott parliament and use mass demonstrations as a tool to pressure the government to meet their demands for “justice” following what they claim was a fraudulent election. After failed attempts to lobby King Norodom Sihamoni to delay the formation of the new Assembly, opposition leaders said that future protests against the government would spread beyond Phnom Penh, and CNRP president Sam Rainsy said he and vice president Kem Sokha would embark on an international tour to ramp up international
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