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CPP delays draft laws for opposition: report

Opposition parliamenta- rians within the Cambodian People’s Party-controlled National Assembly have been denied early access to draft legislation reviewed by the body, according to a new Parliamentary Watch report by local election monitor COMFREL. The report, based on data compiled between October and December last year, found that opposition party lawmakers received copies of draft laws only two or three days prior to review and debate by the Assembly.

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