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Following a Constitutional Council decision to uphold fines against three former opposition party officials over an election boycott campaign last month, a council official said the men could potentially face prison and further fines if they did not accept the decision.
Constitutional Council sets an appeal hearing for 3 former opposition party members.
Fines to be dropped of five former opposition officials over election-boycott campaign.
The NEC upholds charges against five ex-CNRP officials over election boycott campaign.
Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn said that the former opposition’s call for voters to boycott the national election clearly failed.
NEC says that five former opposition members have been fined over boycott campaign.
The National Election Committee has received complaints from five former opposition party members who were fined $2,500 each by Kampot Provincial Election Commission.
The Grassroots Democratic Party president has accused the ruling CPP of intimidating voters and bribing them for support in order to secure a sweeping victory in the national election last month.
An appeal hearing will be held tomorrow for five former opposition party members over their involvement in an election boycott campaign.
More than 80 percent of people turned out to cast ballots in Kampong Cham province out of 576,550 eligible voters.
A group of international observers said yesterday that the national election went smoothly with many Cambodians going to vote.
The former CNRP opposition and fugitive self-exiled politician Sam Rainsy tried their best to scuttle Cambodia’s sixth general election and failed miserably.
Pich Sros, president of Cambodian Youth Party, said on Sunday that many people turned out to vote in Tboung Khmum province where he voted.
Five former CNRP officials are found guilty of obstructing people from voting.
A former CNRP lawyer is accused of incitement after calling people to boycott voting.
Interior minister orders local authorities to be on the lookout for culprits urging voters to abstain from the national poll.
Interior Minister says he would have a CPP commune chief drop complaints against five former CNRP officials.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng says that people calling for an election boycott could be slapped with hefty fines.
Voter turnout will be up to 80 percent in the national election despite the now-dissolved CNRP’s call for a boycott.