Cambodian Journalists Are Telling Truths, Not Breaking Laws

On August 3, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Cambodia released a report on the state of press freedom in the Southeast Asian country.

Prime Minister Hun Sen, who has ruled Cambodia since 1985 and turned the country into a de facto one-party state, has undermined press freedom to maintain his grip on power.

With elections less than a year away, Cambodia’s rubber-stamp National Assembly (lower house) on August 7 approved a constitutional amendment that will allow Hun Sen to anoint his son as successor.

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