The CNRP will stay in close contact with European Union (E.U.) officials to ensure a resolution on Thursday, which calls for an investigation into July’s national election and this month’s slaying of five protesters, will be followed up with action, opposition lawmaker-elect Mu Sochua said Sunday. The European Parliament passed the resolution calling on Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government to conduct an independent and internationally-led investigation into last July’s contested election and the killing of five garment factory protesters, and the wounding of more than 40 others, on January 3. “We have very strong support in the E.U.
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