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Tens of thousands of Cambodians Call For PM Hun Sen To Resign

Tens of thousands of Cambodians on sunday had marched through the capital of Phnom Pehn demanding the resignation of the Prime Minister, Hun Sen.

Hun Sen has faced strong opposition to his government of the last few months. 94 more words

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Bangladesh polls could be delayed amid new violence

DHAKA: Bangladesh’s January 5 election could be postponed, organisers said, after more deadly violence Wednesday between security forces and supporters of opposition parties which are threatening to boycott the polls. 598 more words

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Bangladesh polls could be delayed: election commission

DHAKA: Bangladesh’s general election in early January could be postponed to accommodate opposition parties that are threatening to boycott the polls, the election commission said Wednesday. 162 more words

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'Tsvangirai slept while on duty,' says NGO

A report just released by a local think tank, the Zimbabwe Democracy Institute (ZDI) has castigated the MDC formations for sleeping on duty resulting in a heavy loss for the opposition parties in the July 31 harmonised elections. 220 more words

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Cambodian opposition increases the pressure and puts up a gear.

On Sunday, Sept 15, 2013, the Cambodia’s main opposition party, the¬†CNRP (Cambodia Nation Rescue Party) has launched another mass demonstration in the capital to step up pressure against Prime Minister Hun Sen to resolve a post-election deadlock. 99 more words

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Cambodia - Political checkmate and mass protests to continue.

Cambodia’s political row deepens as opposition plans larger protest against poll results.

“The CNRP will call a massive non-violent demonstration for three consecutive days on September 15, 16, 17 at the capital’s Freedom Park and then, we will boycott the first session of the National Assembly if an independent probe committee is not formed to look into alleged poll irregularities,” …

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Chief Charumbira accused of bullying Masvingo villagers

A SWORN affidavit filed at the High Court by Takanayi Mureyi, the MDC-T losing parliamentary candidate for Masvingo West, claims Chief Fortune Charumbira intimidated villagers and allegedly forced them to attend Zanu PF rallies in the run-up to the July 31 elections. 299 more words

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