Court reminds Kem Sokha of bail conditions after trip to provinces

The Phnom Penh Municipal Court on July 20 sent a letter reminding former opposition party leader Kem Sokha to respect the terms of his court-supervised bail after he made his first trip to the provinces since he was released from house arrest late last year.

During his tour earlier this month, the former leader of the now-dissolved CNRP visited provinces in the northwest and south of the country, with plans to visit northeastern provinces in the near future, according to those who traveled with him.

Former CNRP officials denied the trip had any political motives, while a Justice Ministry representative said it is up to the court to decide if Sokha had violated his relaxed bail conditions, which prevent him from engaging in political activity or leaving the country.

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