Amidst an opposition boycott of the National Assembly, CNRP leaders on Sunday announced to about 10,000 supporters gathered in Phnom Penh their tentative plans to push the one-party CPP government to investigate irregularities in the July election and enact a broad slate of reforms. As patchy afternoon rain fell over a two-hour “people’s congress” in Freedom Park, party faithful—covered in various colors of ponchos and umbrellas—raised their hands in a show of support for a list of 10 demands that the opposition’s 55 lawmakers-elect say they will insist upon before joining parliament.