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    Rights Advocate Outlines Steps Needed for Fair July Electionsi
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    20 February 2013
    Cambodia's National Election Committee must be reformed and opposition leader Sam Rainsy allowed to return ahead of elections if the July polls are to be considered free and fair, a US rights activist says. Joshua Cooper, executive director of the Four Freedom Forum, describes the steps needed for improved elections with VOA Khmer's Men Kimseng, as US diplomats push for more reforms

    Rights Advocate Outlines Steps Needed for Fair July Elections

    Published 21.02.2013

    Cambodia's National Election Committee must be reformed and opposition leader Sam Rainsy allowed to return ahead of elections if the July polls are to be considered free and fair, a US rights activist says. Joshua Cooper, executive director of the Four Freedom Forum, describes the steps needed for improved elections with VOA Khmer's Men Kimseng, as US diplomats push for more reforms


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