The opposition CNRP on Thursday threatened to block traffic in and out of Phnom Penh along all major roads next month unless the government meets its demands, including new elections and Prime Minister Hun Sen’s resignation. Mao Monivann, deputy director of the CNRP’s executive committee, said the party leadership had decided on the possibility of blocking roads last week. In the aftermath of July’s election, the opposition wanted the ruling CPP to conduct a thorough and independent investigation of the vote. CPP officials rejected that request. During this week’s rallies around Phnom Penh, the opposition raised new demands:
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