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In Brief: Mu Sochua to appear in court

In Brief: Mu Sochua to appear in court

Sam Rainsy Party lawmaker

Mu Sochua is to appear at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court Thursday to

clarify the details of her defamation lawsuit against Prime Minister

Hun Sen, a court official said Sunday. "Mu Sochua had been called to

explain her case for suing the prime minister," said court prosecutor

Hing Bun Chea, adding that another prosecutor was in charge of Hun

Sen's countersuit. Mu Sochua said she was ready to defend herself in

court. Prosecutor Sok Roeun, who will be in charge of Hun Sen's case,

would not comment on when the prime minister would be in court.

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