United Nations Special Rapporteur Rhonda Smith is in Cambodia, but officials there are denying her access to Kem Sokha, leader of the banned opposition, who was released on bail a year after his arrest on treason charges in September 2017. This is a good time to look at how the UN’s experts’ actions legitimize Hun Sen’s authoritarian regime.
Despite of denying, United Nations Special Rapporteur suggested that Cambodia should quickly and transparently try opposition leader Kem Sokha, who is currently detained at his home on charges of “treason,” or drop the case against him, a United Nations expert said Thursday at the end of her sixth visit to the Southeast Asian nation.The United Nations Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Cambodia said the government must take measurable steps to promote human rights in order to avoid the withdrawal of the Everything-but-arms treaty with the European Union.
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A European Union delegation on Wednesday visited a commune pilot project to empower youths and children to voice their concerns to authorities in Prey Veng province’s Preah Sdach district.https://bit.ly/2yZ2I10;