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Campaign Calls for Justice After State Killings
Campaign Calls for Justice After State Killings
The Cambodia Dialy, 2014-03-25
The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) on Monday launched a one-month campaign designed to highlight “gross human rights injustices” committed by state security forces against civilians since July’s national election. CCHR will collect 5,000 signatures for a petition to be sent to Prime Minister Hun Sen demanding “a prompt, public, independent and comprehensive investigation of the disproportionate use of excessive force by Cambodian security forces to crack down on protesters.”
Arson Attempt at Home of Families in Bitter Land Dispute
Arson Attempt at Home of Families in Bitter Land Dispute
The Cambodia Dialy, 2014-03-18
An attacker on Monday set fire to a building occupied by three families in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Kok district who are at the center of a long-running land dispute with a private company, according to a joint statement by five local rights groups. The rights groups—including Adhoc, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights, and the Housing Rights Task Force—said the incident appeared to be the latest in an ongoing campaign of violence and intimidation against the families over their land in Boeng Kak I commune.
In Cambodia, Voicing the Struggle
In Cambodia, Voicing the Struggle
The New York Times, 2014-03-13
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — As freedom fighters go, Mam Sonando stands out as somewhat eccentric. The entrance to his radio station, which is described by his loyal supporters as Cambodia’s only truly independent broadcaster, is decorated like a nightclub, complete with colored lights and a disco ball. It also has at least four Buddhist shrines.
Judicial draft laws still unseen: rights groups
Judicial draft laws still unseen: rights groups
The Phnom Penh Post, 2014-03-11
Two civil society organisations are calling on Prime Minister Hun Sen to publish three long-gestating draft laws on judicial reform to allow ample time for “genuine, inclusive and meaningful participation in the drafting process”. Hun Sen said in a speech last Wednesday that the three laws – the Law on the Organization and Functioning of the Courts, the Law on the Amendment of the Supreme Council of Magistracy and the Law on the Status of Judges and Prosecutors – were in the final stages of drafting, and would hopefully be implemented by mid-year.
Back to back, they face each other
Back to back, they face each other
Since July’s national elections, Cambodia has witnessed a seemingly intractable political deadlock between the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) and the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP)
Cellcard advert questioned
Cellcard advert questioned
The Phnom Penh Post, 2014-03-04
The Cambodian Centre for Human Rights (CCHR) is calling out telecommunications firm Mobitel over a TV ad that shows a young Cambodian man who is shocked and dismayed when he meets, on a blind date, what appears to be a transgender woman.
Cambodian court rules against bail for protesters
Cambodian court rules against bail for protesters
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia -- A Cambodian appeals court on Tuesday refused to release on bail 21 people arrested early last month in connection with anti-government protests.
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