Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen reacts as he speaks to the media during an inspection of a bridge construction site in Phnom Penh July 31
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Cambodia's ruling CPP party confirmed election winner

Cambodia's ruling People's Party (CPP) has officially won July's disputed general election, it has been confirmed.

Opposition leader Sam Rainsy from Cambodia's National Rescue Party claimed there had been widespread vote rigging.

But the country's national election committee said Prime Minister Hun Sen's CPP won 68 seats, compared with the CNRP's 55.

Jonathan Head reports.

  • 08 Sep 2013
  • From the section Asia
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