CNRP leaders Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha said Tuesday that the opposition party will no longer negotiate over the political deadlock with the CPP until the ruling party agrees to a transparent election investigation. The CNRP’s 55 lawmakers-elect have been boycotting the National Assembly since it was convened with only the CPP’s 68 lawmakers in attendance on September 23, with the opposition citing widespread irregularities during the July 28 national election. Mr. Sokha, the CNRP’s vice president, said opposition party leaders had decided they could not in good conscience continue negotiations with the CPP before it put in
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