The second day of the CNRP’s daily protests to demand a new election ended Monday afternoon with a motorcycle rally through Phnom Penh led by opposition leaders Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha. A few hundred CNRP supporters had milled about Freedom Park dancing to live music and eating snacks throughout the afternoon, but the park began to fill with people in the lead-up to Mr. Rainsy and Mr. Sokha’s arrival at 5 p.m. Eng Chhay Eang, the vice chairman of the CNRP’s executive committee, fired up supporters before the arrival of the two leaders with a speech claiming
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