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27 Years House Arrest Against Prominent Cambodian Opposition Leader

Kem Sokha was the opposition leader of Cambodia after he was found guilty of treason he was sentenced to be under house arrest for 27 years.

Kem Sokha, who headed the now-restricted Cambodia Public Salvage Party, was captured in a noon strike in 2017 and blamed for scheming with unfamiliar powers to oust the public authority of long-term pioneer Hun Sen.

House Arrest for Kem Sokha

Kem Sokha denied the charges, while the US and freedoms bunches said the preliminary, which started three years after his capture, was politically propelled.

Judge Koy Sao additionally told the court in the capital, Phnom Penh, that Kem Sokha would be banned from campaigning for political positions or casting a ballot in decisions.

  • He was captured in 2017 over allegations he was plotting with the US to oust so-called strongman Hun Sen, who has administered Cambodia for almost forty years.
  • Kem Sokha, who headed the now-disbanded Cambodia Public Salvage Party (CNRP), had denied the charges and Washington excused the claims as “manufactured paranoid notions”.
  • His attorney said Kem Sokha’s lawful group would pursue the decision.

“He’s in house capture, his political and residents’ all’s privileges are stripped … This isn’t equity,” said Ang Udom, adding that no one but government officials could determine the case.

There was tight security around the court, with many cops conveyed in trucks.

W. Patrick Murphy, the U.S. diplomat to Cambodia, said the case was an unsuccessful labor of equity.

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