Cambodia Risks Violence If July Election Flawed, Sam Rainsy Says

Cambodia Risks Violence If July Election Flawed, Sam Rainsy Says – businessweek.com, June 5, 2013
Cambodia opposition leader Sam Rainsy warned of violence if fraud taints the outcome of next month’s election, as he uses Facebook in a bid to rally supporters from his self-imposed exile in France.
“If the popular will is again betrayed, then the popular discontent will express itself through different means, and this could be violence,” Sam Rainsy, 64, a former finance minister, said by phone yesterday from Singapore during a trip through the region. “Anything can happen, and that’s why it’s important to ensure democratic elections in order to avoid violence…”

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