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CAMBODIA: Cambodian opposition party leads protest demanding fair general election

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About 5,000 protesters gathered in Phnom Penh on Monday (May 20) in an opposition-led demonstration, calling for a fair general election.

The protest, led by the Cambodian National Rescue Party (CNRP) acting president and other opposition pa...

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PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA (MAY 20 , 2013) (REUTERS)
POLICEMEN AND THE OPPOSITION PARTY SECURITY GUARDS PAVING THE WAY FOR PROTESTERS TO MARCH
ACTING OPPOSITION PARTY PRESIDENT, CAMBODIA NATIONAL RESCUE PAR...

PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA (MAY 20 , 2013) (REUTERS)
POLICEMEN AND THE OPPOSITION PARTY SECURITY GUARDS PAVING THE WAY FOR PROTESTERS TO MARCH
ACTING OPPOSITION PARTY PRESIDENT, CAMBODIA NATIONAL RESCUE PARTY (CNRP) KEM SOKHA (LEFT) WAVING
KEM SOKHA AND OTHER PARTY LEADERS MARCHING ON THE STREET
BANNERS READING "SUPPORT UN RECOMMENDATION"
VARIOUS OF PROTESTERS MARCHING ON THE STREET
POLICEMEN WATCHING PROTESTERS
PROTESTERS ARRIVING AT THE POLICE BLOCKADE
PROTESTERS CLASHING WITH POLICE
RIOT POLICEMEN ARRIVING
RIOT POLICEMEN PREPARING TO BLOCK PROTESTERS
FIRE TRUCK ARRIVING AT THE SCENE
RIOT POLICEMEN BLOCKING PROTESTERS FROM MOVING OUT OF THE BARRICADE
KEM SOKHA HOLDING PETITION WHILE WALKING TO THE EU OFFICE
SAM RAINSY PARTY PRESIDENT KONG KOAM WALKING TO THE EU OFFICE
SIGN OF THE EU OFFICE
EXTERIOR OF THE EU OFFICE

(SOUNDBITE) (Khmer) ACTING PRESIDENT OF THE CNRP, KEM SOKHA SAYING:
"The ambassador of the EU will send his two advisors to the National Election Committee (NEC) to take our recommendations to consult with the NEC and if there is still no result from the NEC after that, the EU ambassador will talk directly with the government about it."
PROTESTERS MARCHING TOWARD THE UN OFFICE