Cambodian Rivals Get Closer to Deal Over Disputed Election i
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September 17, 2013
Cambodia's main opposition party leader Sam Rainy said a deal to end the deadlock over July's disputed parliamentarian election could end soon and a rally by its supporters went ahead on Tuesday without the violence and one man was shot dead on Sunday. Prime Minister Hun Sen met opposition leader Sam Rainsy for a second day of talks in a row and officials said they had agreed to look at reforms to institutions, but the long-serving premier still rejected the opposition proposal for an independent inquiry into the July election. VOA Khmer’s Say Mony reports from Phnom Penh.

Cambodian Rivals Get Closer to Deal Over Disputed Election

Published September 18, 2013

Cambodia's main opposition party leader Sam Rainy said a deal to end the deadlock over July's disputed parliamentarian election could end soon and a rally by its supporters went ahead on Tuesday without the violence and one man was shot dead on Sunday. Prime Minister Hun Sen met opposition leader Sam Rainsy for a second day of talks in a row and officials said they had agreed to look at reforms to institutions, but the long-serving premier still rejected the opposition proposal for an independent inquiry into the July election. VOA Khmer’s Say Mony reports from Phnom Penh.