Fifty-five members of parliament (MPs) from the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) on August 8 attended a parliamentary session for the first time after they had boycotted the legislative body for 10 months.

Prime Minister Hun Sen, Vice President of the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), and CNRP’s President Sam Rainsy announced the political crisis following the disputed election results in July last year ended.

Hun Sen stated that the contents of the agreement reached between the two parties on July 22 will be gradually specified.

For his part, Sam Rainsy said his party will closely work with the CPP for the interests of the nation.

During the session, parliamentarians agreed to establish the parliament’s commission on investigation and anti-corruption.-VNA