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Polls start in Cambodia's general election

The general election is the country's sixth since 1993 when it emerged from decades of war.


Reuters 29 Jul 2018, 12:05 AM Cambodia
  • In the capital Phnom Penh, some people lined up early at polling stations in the city center clutching identification cards. (Image Credit: Twitter)

Polls in Cambodia opened on Sunday amid criticism of a crackdown against dissenters by long-serving Prime Minister Hun Sen, who is set to hold on to power after nearly 33 years in office.

The general election is the country's sixth since 1993 when it emerged from decades of war.

In the capital Phnom Penh, some people lined up early at polling stations in the city center clutching identification cards. 

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