Conservation NGO Suspended for Allegedly not Providing Adequate Documentation

The Ministry of Interior suspended the operations of a wildlife conservation NGO, citing the Law on Associations and NGOs, for allegedly not providing required annual reports and other documentation.

On April 21, Interior Minister Sar Kheng issued a letter to Chheav Ann Salideth, head of the Cambodia Wild Life Forest Fisheries Protection and Conservation NGO, suspending the organization’s activities temporarily, citing Article 8 of the group’s bylaws and Articles 10 and 25 of LANGO.

“The organization must provide in writing all information, accounts and addresses of the headquarters,” the letter reads. “And provide the consolidated report of the results of the work and the financial reports for 2017, 2018 and 2019 to the Ministry of Interior within 30 workdays.”

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