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Continued: Cambodian leader offers talks with opposition over election complaints, would support probe

  • Article by: SOPHENG CHEANG , Associated Press
  • Last update: July 31, 2013 - 9:10 AM

"We call for a transparent and full investigation of all credible reports of irregularities," U.S. State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in Washington.

The opposition party has asked voters who were denied their ballots to offer their testimony at the party headquarters in Phnom Penh. About 500 turned up Wednesday morning.

Sam Rainsy told the crowd that their collected complaints would be presented to the National Election Committee and other interested bodies.

"It is a tremendous moment in our history that despite the large-scale theft of votes, our party still won the election," he told the crowd, which chanted "Long live the CNRP."

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