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In Brief: Opposition pays Hang chakra a visit

Sam Rainsy Party lawmakers visited Khmer Machas Srok newspaper publisher Hang Chakra at Prey Sar prison Thursday, bringing him food and money at the start of his one-year sentence on disinformation charges. "We went to visit him. We want to encourage him. He has struggled to serve society and democracy," said SRP General Secretary Ke Sovannroth. Hang Chakra's lawyer Choung Chou Ngy said his client's health was good, and that he had filed an appeal at the Appeal Court Monday.

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