Kem Sokha on Tour: Goodwill Trips or ‘a Way to Do Politics’?

Ahead of the third anniversary of his arrest on a treason charge this week, opposition leader Kem Sokha has been busy, holding meetings and traveling the country.

In addition to hosting ambassadors of foreign countries in his Phnom Penh home, the president of the outlawed main opposition CNRP has toured the provinces in recent months, making stops at pagodas, farms and slain political analyst Kem Ley’s family home; visiting with monks, former colleagues and members of the public; and posting photos on his official Facebook page with those he meets along the way.

Last weekend, he went to Prey Veng province’s Svay Antor commune, where he planted one of 50 tree saplings he donated to a pagoda, and dropped by a farm.

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