Opposition leader Kem Sokha confirmed Thursday that the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) would contest July’s national election though he said the opposition may still boycott the vote if disruptions and irregularities worsen during the official campaign period. The CNRP has complained over the past week that their campaign stops are being disrupted by CPP loyalists and their campaign signs being torn down. Mr. Sokha, acting president of the CNRP, is also facing four separate lawsuits and additional threats of legal action as the election approaches. “I would like to declare the CNRP’s stance clearly,” Mr. So*kha said
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