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A Cambodian voter checks the list to find his name as others wait for voting at a polling station in Kampong Cham province, north of Phnom Penh, Sunday, July 27, 2008. Longtime Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen is widely expected to extend his 23-year tenure with a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, buoyed by a surge of nationalism amid a tense border dispute with neighboring Thailand. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
Cambodian women stand in line to vote outside a polling station in Kampong Cham province north of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Sunday, July 27, 2008. Longtime Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen is widely expected to extend his 23-year tenure with a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, buoyed by a surge of nationalism amid a tense border dispute with neighboring Thailand. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
An election staff helps a Cambodian elderly woman to cast her ballot at a polling station in Kampong Cham province, north of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Sunday, July 27, 2008. Longtime Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen is widely expected to extend his 23-year tenure with a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, buoyed by a surge of nationalism amid a tense border dispute with neighboring Thailand. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
A Cambodian woman holding a child casts her vote at a polling station in Kampong Cham province, north of Phnom Penh, Sunday, July 27, 2008. Longtime Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen is widely expected to extend his 23-year tenure with a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, buoyed by a surge of nationalism amid a tense border dispute with neighboring Thailand. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
A Cambodian Buddhist monk drops a ballot into a ballot box at a polling station in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Sunday, July 27, 2008. Longtime Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen is widely expected to extend his 23-year tenure with a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, buoyed by a surge of nationalism amid a tense border dispute with neighboring Thailand. Khmer on the box reads: ‘Ballot box.’ (AP Photo/Heng Sinith)
Cambodian voters queue in line outside a polling station in Kampong Cham province, north of Phnom Penh, Sunday, July 27, 2008. Longtime Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen is widely expected to extend his 23-year tenure with a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, buoyed by a surge of nationalism amid a tense border dispute with neighboring Thailand. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
Cambodians wait in line for voting at a polling station in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Sunday, July 27, 2008. Longtime Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen is widely expected to extend his 23-year tenure with a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, buoyed by a surge of nationalism amid a tense border dispute with neighboring Thailand. (AP Photo/Heng Sinith)
A Cambodian man stands in line for voting in front of a polling station in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Sunday, July 27, 2008. Longtime Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen is widely expected to extend his 23-year tenure with a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, buoyed by a surge of nationalism amid a tense border dispute with neighboring Thailand. (AP Photo/Heng Sinith)
Cambodia Buddhist monks show their ink-stained finger after casting their ballot at a polling station during the general elections in Phnom Penh July 27, 2008. (Chor Sokunthea/Reuters)

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Sam Rainsy, leader of opposition Sam Rainsy Party, holds his ballot to vote at a polling station in Kampong Cham province, north of Phnom Penh, Sunday, July 27, 2008. Longtime Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen is widely expected to extend his 23-year tenure with a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, buoyed by a surge of nationalism amid a tense border dispute with neighboring Thailand. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
Sam Rainsy, leader of opposition Sam Rainsy Party, shows his ballot before voting at a polling station in Kampong Cham province, north of Phnom Penh, Sunday, July 27, 2008. Longtime Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen is widely expected to extend his 23-year tenure with a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, buoyed by a surge of nationalism amid a tense border dispute with neighboring Thailand. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

Cambodia opposition leader Sam Rainsy casts his ballot at polling station during the general election at Chan Moly pagoda in Bateay district, Kampong Cham province, about 50km from Phnom Penh July 27, 2008. REUTERS/Nicolas Axelrod
Cambodia opposition leader Sam Rainsy shows his ink-stained finger after casting his ballot at polling station during the general election at Chan Moly pagoda in Bateay district, Kampong Cham province, about 50km from Phnom Penh July 27, 2008. REUTERS/Nicolas Axelrod

Sam Rainsy, leader of Sam Rainsy Party, shows a v-sigh after casting his vote at a polling station in Kampong Cham province, north of Phnom Penh, Sunday, July 27, 2008. Longtime Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen is widely expected to extend his 23-year tenure with a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, buoyed by a surge of nationalism amid a tense border dispute with neighboring Thailand. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
Sam Rainsy, leader of opposition Sam Rainsy Party, greets his supporters as he leaves a polling station after casting his ballot in Kampong Cham province, north of Phnom Penh, Sunday, July 27, 2008. Longtime Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen is widely expected to extend his 23-year tenure with a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, buoyed by a surge of nationalism amid a tense border dispute with neighboring Thailand. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

A Cambodia Buddhist monk casts his ballot at polling station during the general election at school in Phnom Penh July 27, 2008.

REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)

Cambodia Buddhist monks show their ink-stained finger after casting their ballot at a polling station during the general elections in Phnom Penh July 27, 2008.

REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)

Cambodians wait in line for voting at a polling station in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Sunday, July 27, 2008. Longtime Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen is widely expected to extend his 23-year tenure with a victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, buoyed by a surge of nationalism amid a tense border dispute with neighboring Thailand.

(AP Photo/Heng Sinith)

Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen casts his ballot for the general election at polling station in Takmoa town in Kandal province, on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, July 27, 2008.

REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)

Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen smiles as his wife Bunrany shows her ink-stained finger to the media after casting her ballot for the general election at a polling station in Takmoa town in Kandal province, on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, July 27, 2008.

REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)

Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen gestures as the media try to ask him questions after he cast his ballot for the general election at a polling station in Takmoa town in Kandal province, on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, July 27, 2008.

REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)

Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen gestures as the media try to ask him questions after he cast his ballot at a polling station during general elections in Takmoa town in Kandal province on the outskirts of Phnom Penh July 27, 2008.

REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)

Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen shows his ink-stained finger to the media after casting his ballot as his wife Bunrany (L) smiles at a polling station during the general election at Takmoa town in Kandal province, on the outskirts of Phnom Penh July 27, 2008.

REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)

Cambodia opposition leader Sam Rainsy casts his ballot at polling station during the general election at Chan Moly pagoda in Bateay district, Kampong Cham province, about 50km from Phnom Penh July 27, 2008.

REUTERS/Nicolas Axelrod (CAMBODIA)

Cambodia opposition leader Sam Rainsy shows his ink-stained finger after casting his ballot at polling station during the general election at Chan Moly pagoda in Bateay district, Kampong Cham province, about 50km from Phnom Penh July 27, 2008.

REUTERS/Nicolas Axelrod (CAMBODIA)

Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen shows his ink-stained finger to the media after casting his ballot during the general election at a polling station in Takmoa town in Kandal province, on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, July 27, 2008.

REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)

Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen gestures as the media try to ask him questions after he cast his ballot for the general election at a polling station in Takmoa town in Kandal province, on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, July 27, 2008.

REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)

Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen shows his ink-stained finger to the media after casting his ballot at a polling station during the general election at Takmoa town in Kandal province, on the outskirts of Phnom Penh July 27, 2008.

REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)

Cambodia women look at voters’ lists at a polling station in Phnom Penh on July 26, 2008. Polls opened in Cambodia on Sunday for legislative elections widely expected to extend Prime Minister Hun Sen’s 23-year grip on power.

(AFP/File/Pornchai Kittiwongsakul)

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