Foreign Affairs Ministry Cancels Passports of 12 Opposition Officials

The Foreign Affairs Ministry has revoked the Cambodian passports of 12 senior opposition leaders, with a ministry spokesman saying the officials were fleeing from the law.

In a letter dated Wednesday, the ministry notified its diplomatic and consular missions abroad that the passports of the CNRP politicians should now be considered null and void.

The 12 passports revoked were for party vice-presidents Mu Sochua and Eng Chhai Eang as well as senior officials Ho Vann, Long Ry, Morn Phalla, Sor Chandeth, Kong Saphea, Heng Danaro, Vann Narith, Nhim Kimnhol, Yisa Osman and Dang Chamreun.

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