The opposition CNRP continued its sixth day of public protests in Phnom Penh on Friday to demand that Prime Minister Hun Sen resign and that new elections are called. Thousands of opposition supporters took to motorcycles, tuk-tuks and bicycles to drive around the streets of central Daun Penh and Prampi Makara districts, loudly chanting the now familiar refrain: “Hun Sen oi! Chak chenh tou!” which translates as “Hun Sen get out!” Traffic police again traveled in front of the rally, which was led by opposition leaders Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha, to ensure the long motorcade moved through the city’s
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