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Testing for civil service on radar
Testing for civil service on radar
PPP, 2014-09-17
Though Kheng’s recommendations do not carry the weight of law, Cambodian Center for Human Rights chairman Ou Virak said yesterday that he would not be surprised if they represented the position of the ruling Cambodian People’s Party as a whole. “I think it must have come from the CPP. Maybe Hun Sen doesn’t want to say it again, [but] Hun Sen has said it before,” he said. “I think it’s a sign that the CPP is going to take some reforms.
One Year On, No Justice for Shooting Victim Mao Sok Chan
One Year On, No Justice for Shooting Victim Mao Sok Chan
Cambodia Daily, 2014-09-16
“The lack of investigation into his death is a clear example of the way in which impunity continues to hinder the development of democracy in Cambodia,” a statement released Monday by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights says.
Bridge death haunts family
Bridge death haunts family
PPP, 2014-09-16
In a statement released yesterday to mark the International Day of Democracy, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights criticised the authorities for ignoring Sok Chan’s death.
Rights Groups Slam Impunity in Cambodia on Anniversary of Protest Death
Rights Groups Slam Impunity in Cambodia on Anniversary of Protest Death
RFA, 2014-09-15
The lack of a probe into Mao Sok Chan’s Sept. 15, 2013 killing “is a clear example of the way in which impunity continues to hinder the development of democracy in Cambodia,” the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) said in a statement, also marking the United Nations’ International Day of Democracy.
DEATH BY ASSOCIATION
DEATH BY ASSOCIATION
Globe, 2014-09-09
The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) recently found Cambodia to be one of the worst countries in the world for labour and union rights. Only countries where the rule of law has completely broken down, such as Somalia and the Central African Republic, managed to trump Cambodia’s terrible ranking.
Gov’t Must Probe ‘Enforced’ Disappearance: UN
Gov’t Must Probe ‘Enforced’ Disappearance: UN
Cambodia Daily, 2014-08-30
A separate statement endorsed by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights and Adhoc called upon Asean states—including Cambodia—to “redouble their efforts to investigate these and all other unsolved cases of enforced disappearances, bring those responsible to justice, and provide reparations to victims and their families.”
Hun Sen in New Push to Tackle Land Crisis But NGOs Call for Total Review
Hun Sen in New Push to Tackle Land Crisis But NGOs Call for Total Review
RFA, 2014-08-24
The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) said that any solutions to the widespread and complex nature of land disputes in the country would require the involvement of the government at the highest level, and a national plan and policies supported by Hun Sen's cabinet.
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