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Facebook “likes” are a powerful tool for authoritarian rulers, court petition says

A Cambodian opposition leader has filed a petition in a California court against Facebook, demanding the company disclose its transactions with his country’s authoritarian prime minister, whom he accuses of falsely inflating his popularity through purchased “likes” and spreading fake news. 369 more words

Former Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy files lawsuit against Facebook over alleged election meddling

Former Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy has filed a legal case in the United States to get Facebook to release information on Prime Minister Hun Sen’s use of the social media platform, his legal team said. 412 more words

Exiled Cambodian opposition members set up new movement to regain democracy

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PHNOM PENH (Reuters) – Foreign-based members of Cambodia’s dissolved opposition party have launched a movement to demand the release of its detained leader and to call for free and fair elections and possibly protests. 414 more words

How to Cement your Grip on Power

Partyforumseasia: Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord (17541838), the French statesman and diplomat, held high positions through the French revolution, the Napoleonic era, and the Vienna Congress. 642 more words

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Cambodia's Sam Rainsy to be charged over "treasonous" call to soldiers: PM

FILE PHOTO: Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy answers questions during an interview with Reuters at a hotel in metro Manila, Philippines June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco/File Photo Reuters… 466 more words

Opponent: Cambodian PM Will Fall Like Mugabe

Reuters news agency reports that Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen will be driven from power like President Mugabe in Zimbabwe, veteran opposition chief Sam Rainsy told Reuters on Thursday, adding that Western states should impose targeted sanctions after his party was dissolved. 77 more words

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How to Create a Loyal Opposition

Partyforumseasia: Call it drama or saga, Prime Minister Hun Sen continues to get rid of the CNRP opposition because he is not sure that he would win the next general election if it is free and fair. 499 more words

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