Phnom Penh Human Rights Watch condemns proposed law to regulate how women can dress

Phnom Penh Human Rights Watch has became the latest group to condemn a wide-ranging proposed law in Cambodia that would regulate how women can dress, among other things.

In a statement, the group’s deputy Asia director Phil Robertson called the draft bill an “appalling violation” of women’s rights.

The draft Law on Public Order would introduce wide-ranging new rules for multiple aspects of public and private life and behaviour in Cambodia.

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