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MPs flee Cambodia crackdown -- "I don't intend to sit and wait for a kangaroo court to give us a trial that is a total joke." -- "Repression is becoming Cambodia's new normal."
© AFP / by Sally MAIRS | Cambodian opposition politician Mu Sochua speaking during an interview at an undisclosed location in Bangkok
BANGKOK (AFP) – Two late-night text messages in an hour, one from sources in the military, the other from the cops, warned Cambodian opposition politician Mu Sochua her arrest was at hand.The next day she bolted from the country, joining half of the kingdom’s opposition lawmakers in self-exile. 656 more words
OCT. 4, 2017, 5:36 A.M. E.D.T.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen
(Reuters) – An opposition leader who said she fled Cambodia in fear of arrest called on Western donors on Wednesday to impose targeted sanctions on Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government to save democracy in the Southeast Asian nation. 771 more words
Cambodia's Hun Sen Urges Arrests of Opposition 'Rebels in the City' -- "This isn't over yet with one arrest, I would like to send out a message."
OCT. 2, 2017, 2:39 A.M. E.D.T.
PHNOM PENH — Cambodia could make more arrests of people linked to a plot to overthrow the government, Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Monday, attacking opposition figures as “rebels in the city” bent on staging a “color revolution”, despite past failures. 287 more words
SEPT. 12, 2017, 3:48 A.M. E.D.T.
PHNOM PENH — The U.S. ambassador to Cambodia rejected government accusations of interference as “inaccurate, misleading and baseless” on Tuesday, and called for the immediate release of opposition leader Kem Sokha. 128 more words