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Cambodia Is Criminalizing Democracy

Cambodia Is Criminalizing Democracy

There can be no democracy without a credible opposition, and in today’s Cambodia, there can be no credible opposition without the Cambodia National Rescue Party. It is thus vital that the international community not allow Prime Minister Hun Sen to use fabricated treason charges to suppress the CNRP. The sham trial of Kem Sokha, the leader of the Cambodia National

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A letter from the Prosecutor National of Poland to subordinate prosecutors

A letter from the Prosecutor National of Poland to subordinate prosecutors

Warsaw, December 16, 2019 Republic of Poland The First Deputy Prosecutor General National Prosecutor Regional Prosecutors Chiefs of The Branch Departments of Organized Crime and Corruption National Prosecutor’s Office Dear Sir or Madam, Regarding the statement of Małgorzata Gersdorf, the First President of the Supreme Court of 19 December 2019 referring to the judgment of the Supreme Court Chamber of

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Great China, small Cambodia and universal human rights

Great China, small Cambodia and universal human rights

Cambodia and China have had diplomatic, economic, cultural and other exchanges for a long time. Traces of their relationship date back to the third century. Most historians have learned about the ancient history of Cambodia through texts written by Chinese diplomats and traders. Relations between the two countries lost their vigor with the demise of the Khmer empire, from the

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Bangkok Post: Hun Sen must compromise

Bangkok Post: Hun Sen must compromise

As a result of his brutal political purge against the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) and its senior members over the past few years, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has got what he wanted. His ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) won a “fake”, uncontested election last year and he has prolonged his stay in power. But he has left

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