A forest activist in Mondulkiri province has requested the National Committee for Prevention and Crackdown on Natural Resource Crimes to re-investigate forestry crimes linked to Lim Royal Joint Stock Co Ltd.
Heng Sros, an activist who investigates forest crimes in northern Cambodia, told The Post on Tuesday that the committee should not merely check Lim Royal’s timber warehouse and then claim that the company was not involved in forestry crime.
“They must investigate the compound of the economic land concession. They must collect all evidence and information. Did the company commit any crimes? And if so, since when?” said Sros.