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With Cambodia's national election on Sunday, the country's ruling Cambodian People's Party (CPP) and the main opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) campaign for votes.
Buddhist monks hold political material in support of the CNRP.
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During a CPP rally in Phnom Penh, flatbed lorries are converted into a moving stage with live bands and singers.
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy, left, addresses a crowd of supporters with Kem Sokha, right, in Phnom Penh upon returning to Cambodia.
Young Cambodians demonstrate karate during a CPP rally in the capital.
Cambodian students are shown attending a concert organised by the CPP in Phnom Penh.
The CPP have established a permanent camp on one of the cities busiest junctions, with pro-CPP youth campaigning tirelessly.
A CNRP supporter waves money at CPP supporters during the rally, highlighting rumours that CPP supporters are paid to attend political rallies.
An estimated 100,000 people turned out to see Sam Rainsy after he was granted a royal pardon by King Norodom Sihamoni.
Both parties have had large-scale parades where supporters on motorcycles and trucks drive through towns in an attempt to drum up support.
A campaign poster seen at the rally.
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