'Middle' way party promises a united govt if it wins

Grassroots Democratic Party chief Yeng Virak says his party will not use rhetoric or personalise arguments. Instead, it wants to introduce a culture of tolerance, hope and love.
Grassroots Democratic Party chief Yeng Virak says his party will not use rhetoric or personalise arguments. Instead, it wants to introduce a culture of tolerance, hope and love.ST PHOTO: TAN HUI YEE

Some Cambodian politicians take interviews sitting on comfortable couches, others at discussion tables under the glare of blinding spotlights.

Mr Yeng Virak does a 40-minute interview standing under a cannonball tree.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on July 26, 2018, with the headline ''Middle' way party promises a united govt if it wins'. Print Edition | Subscribe