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December 22, 2013
by John Vink
The turnout for the 8th and final (for now) opposition CNRP march through Phnom Penh was immense, probably the biggest postwar turnout yet. A large fraction of the Cambodian people made it very clear to their party leaders Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha that they have had enough of Prime Minister Hun Sen's 28-year iron-fisted rule. The fear which kept them cowered for years is gone. The population has expressed its wish. Now the question is how the politics are going to handle these strong expectations.

The other 2013 elections photographs are HERE.