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Sokha continues call for dropping of charge after bail conditions reduced

Publication date 10 November 2019 | 11:19 | ICT

Not satisfied with having his bail conditions reduced, allowing him to travel freely in Cambodia, Kem Sokha says he wants his charge totally dropped.

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