Only two prominent parties: Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) and Cambodian People's Party (CPP) are the two outstanding competitors in upcoming National Election in Cambodia on July 28, 2013. While the CPP can recruit large people to rally and use their controlled TV channels as well as radio stations to attract voters, CNRP is using their effective networks through social media's facebook to recruit young people to join their rally.
As you can see here, the first video clip is from facebook sharing under the account of CNRP which is now having 147 likes and 93 shares. In general, the rally is attractive. The participants are majorly young people. Someone doesn't have shirt, cap, logo or flag of CNRP but they look very active in supporting the party of number 7. The shouting voice of individuals yelling the number 7 is louder than the leader's loud microphone.
As you can see here, the second video clip is from a facebook account who supports CPP which is now having 2 likes and no share. The rally is very organized. The leader shouted clearly through the microphone and the participants are nicely dressing the party's signs.