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Map of Friday's Planned Election Rallies

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Map of Friday's Planned Election Rallies

This map outlines the routes to be taken by political parties as they hold rallies in Phnom Penh on Friday in a final push for votes ahead of the national elections on Sunday.

Phnom Penh Municipal Governor Khuong Sreng said around 200,000 Cambodian People’s Party supporters will gather at Koh Pich Centre, while an estimated 20,000 people from other parties are expected at Freedom Park in the city centre.

GRAPHIC BY THAN VEASNA/LEANG PHANNARA

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