Sydney Cambodians rise from two rigged elections and fornicating monk

A series of battles have convulsed Sydney’s Cambodian community with allegations of violent monks, a fornicating vice abbot, rigged elections and spying at a Buddhist temple.

The unopposed election of a new president of the Khmer Community of NSW last month brought to a close three years of infighting sparked by two separate events, each of which escalated to the NSW Supreme Court and left the temple hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt.

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