Court Questions New Witness in Kem Sokha Trial

In May, eight witnesses were called in the case, mostly senior officials from non-governmental groups advocating for better living standards and rights for Cambodians.

Phnom Penh – Another witness is being questioned in the treason case against the leader of Cambodia’s former main opposition party.

Kem Sokha was arrested in September last year after the Cambodian authorities accused him of committing treason by colluding with foreign government to overthrow Prime Minister Hun Sen.

On Tuesday, land activist Sar Sorn was questioned by Judge Ky Rithy for about two hours over her alleged involvement in a protest campaign known as the Black Monday campaign. She denied holding a position in the Cambodia National Rescue Party.

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