CNRP vice president Kem Sokha on Thursday renewed the opposition party’s calls for the 18 signatories of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreement to intervene in Cambodia, saying that the more than two-decades-old agreement had still not been properly implemented. The opposition has announced that October 23—the 22nd anniversary of the signing of the agreement—would be the date of its first mass demonstration since last month’s three-day protest against alleged irregularities at the July 28 national election. “Cambodia today is defying the basis for the Paris Peace Accords, especially the principles of liberal democracy and pluralism,” Mr. Sokha said
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