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Exiled Cambodian leader and Chris Bowen speak up for Cambodian democracy here last Sunday

  • Mon, 12 Feb 2018 23:11

Sam Rainsy and MP Chris Bowen. The placard translates as "Thank you for your support, Anne Stanley, Chris Bowen and Chris Hayes", acknowledging their speeches in Parliament last week deploring attacks on democracy in Cambodia.

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