In areas where electoral irregularities were the most pronounced during July’s national election, the ruling CPP saw a significant increase in its share of votes compared to that of the opposition CNRP, according to a report compiled by a coalition of human rights NGOs known as the Electoral Reform Alliance (ERA). The Joint Report on the Conduct of the 2013 Cambodian Elections, which is the most comprehensive analysis yet of the irregularities that occurred during the disputed vote, shows that in areas where over-registration and the use of temporary identification documents were most widespread, the CPP saw a significant rise
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