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Civil Society (18-22 March 2019)
Civil Society (18-22 March 2019)

Civil society groups and associations released a public statement on Tuesday expressing concern over the EU starting the process to withdraw Cambodia’s access to its “Everything But Arms” (EBA) scheme, as a delegation from the bloc landed in Phnom Penh the same day.

https://bit.ly/2YebrHL; https://bit.ly/2Ona2KA; https://bit.ly/2UOkI79; https://bit.ly/2HNAgo0;

A senior Ministry of Interior official on Tuesday instructed municipal, district and commune authorities to set aside a specific time to hold forums with NGOs twice a year to show the willingness and commitment of sub-national administrations to address their concerns.

https://bit.ly/2TmrFLm; https://bit.ly/2WjCXSv;

NGO the Asean Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR) on Monday released a statement condemning the arrest warrants filed last week by the Phnom Penh Municipal Court against Mu Sochua and seven other senior officials of the Supreme-Court dissolved Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP).

https://bit.ly/2YdDEOR;

Civil society groups have urged Cambodians to use social media to promote good governance and social justice.

https://bit.ly/2Yi1Tf1;

Social and political analyst Lao Mong Hay  called on King Norodom Sihamoni and Queen Mother Norodom Monineath to grant Cambodia National Rescue Party (CRNP) co-founder Sam Rainsy a royal pardon.https://bit.ly/2TZOCZc;