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Another day, another ejection

April-21
April 21. BEN WOODS/CNRP

Another day, another ejection

At the beginning of this month, opposition lawmaker-elect Mu Sochua launched a one-woman campaign to ‘bring freedom back to Freedom Park’ by attempting to peacefully enter the area – where a ban on public gatherings is in place – to speak on a number of rights issues. Each of her attempts has been met with resistance. Here, we look back on Sochua’s first steps in her ‘campaign for freedom’.

April 2.
April 2. BEN WOODS/CNRP

April-3.
April 3. Vireak Mai

April-4
April 4. BEN WOODS/CNRP

April-20.
April 20. Pha Lina

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