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Youth Group Continues Protesting Campaign​ Against Sokha's Scandal

Some seventy of youth group, who claimed to be independent university students, took series of protests in Phnom Penh's streets against opposition leader, Kem Sokha over phone recordings scandal on Tuesday. Early March, purposed audio records of Kem Sokha’s and a young woman were posted on Facebook. A self-claim university students group, which led by Srey Chamroeun, said the leaked of conversations effected Cambodian culture and morality. They staged different protested across Phnom Penh since early March. Dressing up with CNRP t-shirts and flags, the youth group again paraded and delivered petitions to the National Assembly, CNRP's headquarter, and Sokha's house on March 29. Unlike other protest and march, the group were strongly facilitated secured by Phnom Penh authorities.
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Srey Chamroeun (middle), a leader of a self-claim university students group, stands on the back of a pickup vehicle during a parade across Phnom Penh streets on Tuesday to submit a petition at CNRP's acting president, Kem Sokha's house. The petition demands Kem Sokha to explain the allegation of his sexual scandal. (Leng Len/VOA Khmer)
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Srey Chamroeun (middle), a leader of a self-claim university students group, stands on the back of a pickup vehicle during a parade across Phnom Penh streets on Tuesday to submit a petition at CNRP's acting president, Kem Sokha's house. The petition demands Kem Sokha to explain the allegation of his sexual scandal. (Leng Len/VOA Khmer)

A leader of the self-claim university students, Srey Chamroeun talks to journalists through a loud-speaker explaining his petition in front to Kem Sokha's house. The group took series of protests against the leaked sexual scandal. (Leng Len/VOA Khmer)
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A leader of the self-claim university students, Srey Chamroeun talks to journalists through a loud-speaker explaining his petition in front to Kem Sokha's house. The group took series of protests against the leaked sexual scandal. (Leng Len/VOA Khmer)

A leader of the self-claim university students, Srey Chamroeun talks to journalists explaining his petition in front to Kem Sokha's house. The group took series of protests against the leaked sexual scandal, claiming the conversations effected Cambodian culture. (Leng Len/VOA Khmer)
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A leader of the self-claim university students, Srey Chamroeun talks to journalists explaining his petition in front to Kem Sokha's house. The group took series of protests against the leaked sexual scandal, claiming the conversations effected Cambodian culture. (Leng Len/VOA Khmer)

Srey Chamroeun, who led some 70 of the self-claim university students, talks a representative of Toul Kork district during a Tuesday protest in front of Kem Sokha's house. The group, which called by public as a VIP protester group, was safeguarded by local authorities for the parade in Phnom Penh on March 29, 2016. (Leng Len/VOA Khmer)
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Srey Chamroeun, who led some 70 of the self-claim university students, talks a representative of Toul Kork district during a Tuesday protest in front of Kem Sokha's house. The group, which called by public as a VIP protester group, was safeguarded by local authorities for the parade in Phnom Penh on March 29, 2016. (Leng Len/VOA Khmer)

Á security police safeguards a self-claim university students group led by Srey Chamroeun. Some 70 students protest in front the house of CNRP's acting president Kem Sokha in Phnom Penh. Based on leaked phone records conversation, the group accused Kem Sokha of having immorally relations with a hairdresser Khom Chandarati. ( Leng Len/VOA Khmer)  
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Á security police safeguards a self-claim university students group led by Srey Chamroeun.
Some 70 students protest in front the house of CNRP's acting president Kem Sokha in Phnom Penh. Based on leaked phone records conversation, the group accused Kem Sokha of having immorally relations with a hairdresser Khom Chandarati. ( Leng Len/VOA Khmer)  

Security polices safeguard a self-claim university students group led by Srey Chamroeun. Some 70 students protest in front the house of CNRP's acting president Kem Sokha in Phnom Penh. Based on leaked phone records conversation, the group accused Kem Sokha of having immorally relations with a hairdresser Khom Chandarati. ( Leng Len/VOA Khmer)  
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Security polices safeguard a self-claim university students group led by Srey Chamroeun.
Some 70 students protest in front the house of CNRP's acting president Kem Sokha in Phnom Penh. Based on leaked phone records conversation, the group accused Kem Sokha of having immorally relations with a hairdresser Khom Chandarati. ( Leng Len/VOA Khmer)  

A traffic police officer talks on his walkie-talkie to facilitate the traffic for the demonstrators during the protest against CNRP's acting president, Kem Sokha. (Pin Sisovann/VOA Khmer)
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A traffic police officer talks on his walkie-talkie to facilitate the traffic for the demonstrators during the protest against CNRP's acting president, Kem Sokha. (Pin Sisovann/VOA Khmer)

Srey Chamroeun, who led students group dressing in CNRP's uniform, shows his petition to journalists. (Leng Len/VOA Khmer).  
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Srey Chamroeun, who led students group dressing in CNRP's uniform, shows his petition to journalists. (Leng Len/VOA Khmer).  

Traffic police officer facilitate the traffic for the demonstrators during the protest against CNRP's acting president, Kem Sokha. (Pin Sisovann/VOA Khmer)
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Traffic police officer facilitate the traffic for the demonstrators during the protest against CNRP's acting president, Kem Sokha. (Pin Sisovann/VOA Khmer)

A security is standing near Kem Sokha's House. (Pin Sisovann/ VOA Khmer)
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A security is standing near Kem Sokha's House. (Pin Sisovann/ VOA Khmer)

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