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Hun Sen's Cambodia slides even further into dictatorship

  • Thu, 15 Feb 2018 01:18

Cambodia's ruling party has drawn-up a five-year plan that critics say will entrench the dictatorship of strongman Hun Sen through intimidation, harassment and arrests. The plan crushes hopes that Hun Sen would allow a return to political freedoms and a semblance of democracy after mid-year elections.

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