The Cambodia’s Government on August 31 issued a statement calling on all Cambodians to remain calm and continue with their daily life.

The government also urged the people, if they choose to join demonstrations to protest the outcomes of the general election held on July 28, not to use their freedom to infringe on the freedom and dignity of other people.

The Cambodian Government made the call in the context that the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) led by Sam Rainsy threatens to hold a massive rally on September 7 to demand the establishment of a joint committee with the United Nations’ involvement to resolve the irregularities in the election results.

The Government also urged the two parties resolve their disputed election results based on the kingdom's constitution and law.

Earlier, King Norodom Sihamoni also urged Cambodian people to continue maintaining peace and dignity while the ruling and opposite parties resolving their disputed election results based on the kingdom's constitution.

He said in a letter on August 30 that Cambodia is an independent and sovereign state and has the Constitution as the supreme law, which is respected by the whole nation.

Resolving national issues should be based on the Constitution and tasked to responsible institutions which are determined in the Constitution and other laws in the kingdom, the king wrote in the letter

The National Election Committee (NEC) has said the Cambodian People's Party had won the popular vote, taking 3.2 million votes to the opposition's 2.9 million votes.

The Constitutional Council, the country's top arbiter, is currently resolving complaints from the opposition.-VNA