The CNRP should end its three-month boycott of the National Assembly and have greater respect for rules and regulations, Defense Minister Tea Banh said Thursday in his second biting attack on the opposition party in as many weeks. Speaking to journalists on the sidelines of a workshop on disability in Phnom Penh, General Banh said that the CNRP’s daily protests against Prime Minister Hun Sen’s rule were nothing more than “entertainment.” “In a few days it is going to be three months since they began boycotting the National Assembly after the election,” said Gen. Banh, who last week
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