Tag: CNRP

What the Latest Crackdown in Cambodia Means

What the Latest Crackdown in Cambodia Means

We signal the op-ed of September 14, 2017 appeared on the New York Times about the recent clampdown in Cambodia. The author is Mu Sochua, vice president of the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), member of the National Assembly of Cambodia and of the Nonviolent Radical Party Transnational Transparty. PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — Kem Sokha, the leader of the opposition Cambodia National

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France 24 interviews Sam Rainsy

France 24 interviews Sam Rainsy

GCRL Honorary Member Sam Rainsy spoke at France 24 about the crackdown in Cambodia. On September 3rd, the president of Cambodia’s main opposition party, Kem Sokha MP, was arrested in his home in Phnom Penh for “treason”. On week later, on September 11th, the National Assembly, dominated by the ruling party, voted to scrap Kem Sokha of his parliamentary immunity. He

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66 Cambodian opposition MPs join the Nonviolent Radical Party

66 Cambodian opposition MPs join the Nonviolent Radical Party

On 30 June 2017, GCRL Segretary Matteo Angioli, UN Radical Party representative Laura Harth, former MPs Maurizio Turco and Maria Antonietta Farina, Cambodian National Rescue Party (CNRP) members Sam Rainsy and Saumura Tioulong, Que Me Action for Democracy in Vietnam representatives Penelope Faulkner and Vo Tran Nhat met in the French Senate to discuss the next steps of the common endeavour for the transition towards

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