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Leuprecht visit

Leuprecht visit

The UN human rights representative, Peter Leuprecht arrived in Cambodia on a week-long

trip on February 25. He will concentrate on legal and judicial reform, land and forestry

concessions, and the looming July election. He will see the King on February 28,

and has requested meetings with Sok An, Sar Kheng and Hor Namhong. It is not known

if the tensions surrounding anti-Thai rioting and the killing of Om Radsady will

be on the agenda.

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