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Constitution b-day party

A round table discussion on implementation of the Cambodian constitution was organized

September 24 by the Cambodian Centre for Human Rights in honor of the constitution's

14th anniversary. Ten proposed resolutions emerged from the roundtable. At the top

of the list were more respect and better implementation of the constitution; guarantees

of freedom of expression and rights to assembly; establishment of a National Congress;

clearer separation of powers; access to education and to information; better property

rights; better rights for parliamentarians ousted from their parties.

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