As the opposition CNRP’s ninth consecutive day of demonstrations against the rule of Prime Minister Hun Sen came to a close last night, CNRP Vice President Kem Sokha mocked the premier’s upcoming state visit to Vietnam, suggesting that he was “running for help.” Some 6,000 protesters, mostly on motorcycles, snaked through the city Monday, with thousands more lining the route and chanting for Mr. Hun Sen to “get out.”* After the crowd reassembled at Freedom Park around 7 p.m., Mr. Sokha asked the prime minister to choose between Vietnam and his people. “Yesterday [Sunday] there was a landslide of
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