Opposition leader Kem Sokha on Wednesday objected to the repeated questioning of his past activities, telling the court during his treason trial that he could not remember the details.
Sokha, president of the banned CNRP, faced the fifth day of his trial for allegedly conspiring with a foreign power, with questioning again focused on his political and NGO activities since 1993, and in particular what support he received from the U.S.
One of the consulting judges questioned Sokha about his activities as president of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR), which he founded in 2002. The judge asked Sokha what he did when he went to meet people in the provinces.
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