Cambodia Election 2018: Hun Sen's ruling party claims victory
CPP spokesman Sok Eysan said his party won an estimated 100 out of 125 parliamentary seats.
With no real opposition to speak of, Prime Minister Hun Sen was widely expected to win. But critics called the election a sham because of a campaign of intimidation by Hun Sen and his allies against critics and the dissolution of the main opposition party last year.
Results from across the country were still being announced by the National Election Commision on Sunday. Official results aren't expected until mid-August. (Reporting by Prak Chan Thul Writing by Amy Sawitta Lefevre Editing by Philip McClellan)
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