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SRP writes to Hun Sen

SRP writes to Hun Sen

MEMBERS of the opposition Sam Rainsy Party yesterday handed National Assembly President Heng Samrin a letter requesting that Prime Minister Hun Sen respond to criticisms from the European Parliament concerning the recent prosecution of party president Sam Rainsy and comments on a “worrying authoritarian trend” in Cambodian politics. The letter, signed by 17 SRP members, asks: “How will the government maintain its stance to keep aid from the European Union, and to keep the honour of Cambodia?”

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