CNRP President Sam Rainsy nearly exhausted all manner of wheeled, motorized transport during his opposition party’s latest protest procession through Phnom Penh on Wednesday, at one point even getting behind the handlebars of a tuk-tuk. It was the fourth straight day of what the CNRP says will be daily protests against Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government until he either steps down or agrees to a do-over of July’s national election, which the opposition accuses the CPP of stealing through fraud. With CNRP Vice President Kem Sokha at Mr. Rainsy’s side, the two men started out Wednesday’s procession from
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