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The Khmer Economic Development Party (KEDP), led by Huon Reach Chamroeun, on Tuesday, announced that it had abandoned previous plans to demonstrate against the election results.
A KEDP statement said, however, that it still rejected the polls as 'not fair and just'.
'To prevent social issues, the KEDP will not protest now.
Huon Reach Chamroeun, president of the Khmer Economic Development Party (KEDP), said during a press conference on Friday at its Phnom Penh headquarters that it demands the results are scrapped and the election be held again.
'The KEDP declines to accept the preliminary election results, and we demand the government inspect the election ballots again and organise another election,' he said.
CNP and KEDP, meanwhile, only won 0.58 percent and 0.29 percent, respectively.
KEDP President Huon Reach Chamroeun, meanwhile, said his party would act as an 'opposition' to the ruling party, despite having only one seat, while Funcinpec spokesman Nheb Bun Chhin said the royalists would serve as 'a minority party', rather than an opposition.