More than six weeks since the ruling CPP and CNRP last met, and failed, to break the post-election political impasse, representatives from both parties restarted negotiations Tuesday at the National Assembly, but came nowhere near to settling their differences. While the CNRP is still demanding an investigation into alleged irregularities during the July 28 national election as well as sweeping electoral reforms, the CPP negotiators denied there were any faults in the management of the disputed ballot. Following more than three hours of talks, Prum Sokha, secretary of state at the Ministry of Interior, who led the CPP’s
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