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Cambodian PM says ready to talk to opposition after disputed polls

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia's long-serving leader, Hun Sen, said on Wednesday his party was ready to talk to the opposition after both sides claimed victory in Sunday's general election, talking of the need for compromise but calling himself "prime minister elect". Full story

Cambodia government rejects opposition call for poll inquiry

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia's government rejected on Tuesday calls by the opposition for an international inquiry into allegations it used massive fraud to win re-election, and said it wanted parliament to approve a new cabinet quickly. Full story

Cambodia's Hun Sen shaken as opposition rejects poll result

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia's long-ruling Prime Minister Hun Sen faced his biggest political setback in two decades on Monday as the country's opposition rejected an election result as tainted by widespread fraud, despite heavy losses for the ruling party. Full story

Party of PM Hun Sen wins Cambodian election, majority slashed

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia's ruling party won Sunday's general election but with a much-reduced majority, according to the government, a result that will be seen as a setback for authoritarian leader Hun Sen, one of the world's longest-serving prime ministers. Full story

Cambodian polls promise more of the same - for now

Voters in Cambodia go to the polls Sunday to take part in what has become a familiar ritual — the re-election of Prime Minister Hun Sen, who has been in the job for 28 years and says he hopes to rule for at least another decade. Full story

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Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen speaks to the media as he inspects a bridge construction site in Phnom Penh July 31, 2013. Cambodia's long-serving leader, Sen, said on Wednesday his party was ready to talk to the opposition after both sides claimed victory in Sunday's general election, talking of

Cambodia's Prime Minister Sen inspects a bridge construction site in Phnom Penh
Cambodia's Prime Minister Sen inspects a bridge construction site in Phnom Penh

Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen inspects a bridge construction site in Phnom Penh July 31, 2013. Cambodia's long-serving leader, Sen, said on Wednesday his party was ready to talk to the opposition after both sides claimed victory in Sunday's general election, talking of the need for compromise b

Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen reacts as he speaks to the media during an inspection of a bridge construction site in Phnom Penh
Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen reacts as he speaks to the media during an inspection of a bridge construction site in Phnom Penh

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, 2013. Cambodia's long-serving leader, Sen, said on Wednesday his party was ready to talk to the opposition after both sides claimed victory in Sunday's general