Despite the return of police checkpoints around Phnom Penh on Wednesday morning ahead of the opposition CNRP’s latest protest against July’s still-disputed national election, most demonstrators coming in from the provinces were let through. Typifying what turned out to be a lighter security touch compared to other mass protests since the July 28 vote, police at checkpoints along some of the major roads leading into Phnom Penh were at ease as trucks passed by laden with CNRP supporters on their way into the city. Still, not all Phnom Penh-bound trucks were so lucky. Un Sokha was barreling through
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