Two Years After Kem Ley Murder, Competition Grows Among His Supporters and Relatives

Kem Ley, one of Cambodia’s most prominent and respected political commentators, was gunned down at a gas station in Phnom Penh two years ago.

Takeo Province – A large portrait of Kem Ley, the slain political commentator and organizer, still hangs in front of his home here in Takeo province. The image is fading and worn, but down the road, a shiny new logo of the One Khmer Party, founded by Ley’s brother, is a reminder of Ley’s legacy.

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