CNRP vice president Kem Sokha said Sunday that the opposition will not heed an order by Phnom Penh City Hall banning marches in the city, and will push forward with plans to march with thousands of supporters to the offices of the U.N. and at least seven embassies during its three-day demonstration starting Wednesday. The CNRP last week sent a letter to City Hall informing them that its demonstration at Freedom Parkóplanned to coincide with the anniversary of the signing of the October 23, 1991 Paris Peace Agreementówould include a march with about 20,000 participants to distribute a petition calling
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