A queue of vehicles and irritated commuters formed in front of the French Embassy along Monivong Boulevard, affecting the traffic along Street 273, the Japanese bridge, and France Street.

A campaigning convoy caused the traffic jam last Friday morning. Dozens of rented trucks, cars and vehicles waving party banners and blasting loud campaign music rolled over the capital’s main thoroughfares stranding thousands of commuters as campaign activities kick off all over the country. This year’s election is slated on the 3rd of June.

And this is why I was late for a very important date!


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5 Comments

  1. Same here in the Philippines. We have a traffic jam like that too. ^_^

    Kim,USA

  2. Busy street! Have a fabulous week.

    Liz @ MLC

  3. oh no..am sure there were a lot of commuters who went grumbling with this traffic jam. my MYM is up too.

  4. It’s a common view in Jakarta, Indonesia 🙂

  5. Love the sky view.

    Visiting late from MYM, here’s my Yellow Roses, come and see.

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