US rights advocates were on the alert for ways in which votes were possibly suppressed.
The NEC said it found no irregularities in the election results after finalising tallies submitted from the province and capital.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party secured about one million more votes in Sunday’s poll than it did in the 2013 national election.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party secured 76.78 percent of valid votes nationwide on Sunday, meaning that it will likely gain all 125 seats in the National Assembly.
Last Sunday’s national election was stunning in terms of a high voter turnout rate and landslide victory of the long-ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP).
Mali went to the polls, with President Keita seeking a second five-year term.
The National Election Committee has summed up election day as a success, noting 80.49 percent of registered voters cast ballots and that there was no violence.
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PM blasts a political party for claiming that the government pays more attention to factory workers than farmers.
Competing political parties are vital to pluralism and liberalism. Such is the hallmark of Cambodian democracy today.
Siem Reap has seen rapid development, but growth is not resulting in support for CPP.