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Radsady honored

Radsady honored

The Khmer Institute of Democracy (KID) dedicated its library on July 18 to Funcinpec's

murdered senior advisor Om Radsady. KID said Radsady, who was shot dead in Phnom

Penh on February 18, represented "peace and democracy". The killing is

widely believed to be political, despite a government report stating it was a robbery.

Funcinpec promised to revive the case during campaigning. Funcinpec minister Mu Sochua

told the Post on July 18 that justice had not been provided for Radsady. "The

next step is to clean up the judiciary and make it non-partisan."

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