Cambodia News: Mu Sochua

Hun Sen tightens grip on power as Cambodia pivots to China - Financial Times


Financial Times

Hun Sen tightens grip on power as Cambodia pivots to China
Financial Times
Mu Sochua, the deputy leader of Cambodia's main opposition party, says her country's government is waging “psychological warfare” on its opponents in an effort to break them. “Democracy is in danger, my life is in danger,” she says, speaking in the ...

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17 Sep 2017 | 10:00 pm

What the Latest Crackdown in Cambodia Means - New York Times


New York Times

What the Latest Crackdown in Cambodia Means
New York Times
Kem Sokha held hands with his wife before his arrest in 2005 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on a charge of defamation. Credit Bunna Chor/Reuters. PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — Kem Sokha, the leader of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party ...
Cambodian opposition blocked from holding memorial serviceReuters
China's big money trumps US influence in CambodiaTODAYonline
Cambodia's Crumbling DemocracyThe Diplomat
VOA Khmer -New Jersey Herald
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14 Sep 2017 | 8:06 am

CNRP event blocked by armed cops, guards - The Phnom Penh Post


The Phnom Penh Post

CNRP event blocked by armed cops, guards
The Phnom Penh Post
Around three dozen security guards were stationed along the perimeter of the park, with armed police personnel and plainclothes officers gathered around the Wat Botum pagoda. Mu Sochua, CNRP lawmaker and deputy president, said seven lawmakers and ...

13 Sep 2017 | 8:15 pm

CNRP unifies message on 2018 - The Phnom Penh Post


The Phnom Penh Post

CNRP unifies message on 2018
The Phnom Penh Post
Son Chhay's announcement comes a day after Cambodia National Rescue Party Deputy President Mu Sochua said the government's refusal to release jailed party President Kem Sokha – who is facing “treason” charges – could result in a boycott of the next ...

12 Sep 2017 | 2:16 pm

Rainsy creates group to promote democracy - Khmer Times - Khmer Times


Khmer Times

Rainsy creates group to promote democracy - Khmer Times
Khmer Times
Former CNRP leader Sam Rainsy, who is barred from political activity in Cambodia and remains exiled in France, yesterday announced he has created an ...
Rainsy announces plan to create overseas NGO, National, Phnom ...The Phnom Penh Post

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12 Sep 2017 | 1:26 pm

Cambodia's Hun Sen crosses red line on road to 'outright dictatorship' - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Cambodia's Hun Sen crosses red line on road to 'outright dictatorship'
The Sydney Morning Herald
Mu Sochua, vice-president of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party. Photo: Omar Havana. Officials of Prime Minister Hun Sen's ruling party have warned that more arrests are to come. As Australia still tries to convince asylum seekers on Manus ...
US envoy to Cambodia denies plotting to oust governmentABC News
Cambodia Steps up Threats Against Main Opposition Party After Leader's ArrestRadio Free Asia
National Assembly gives go ahead on Sokha treason caseKhmer Times
Daily Mail
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10 Sep 2017 | 6:38 am

Cambodian Opposition Party Threatened With Dissolution After Leader's Arrest - VOA Khmer


VOA Khmer

Cambodian Opposition Party Threatened With Dissolution After Leader's Arrest
VOA Khmer
Mu Sochua, CNRP vice president, told VOA Khmer on Wednesday that Sokha would not resign from the position. “The CNRP's position is that Kem Sokha is the president. It is said that the party will be dissolved, but we will not change our leader,” she said.
Fresh News links top CNRP members to 'foreign plot'Khmer Times
Exclusive: Cambodia says opposition party could be barred from electionNew York Daily News
'Red-handed treason': Kem Sokha faces 30 years after being charged under Article 443The Nation
The Cambodia Daily
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6 Sep 2017 | 10:22 am

Backed into a Wall, Cambodia's Opposition Urges World to Help - Chiang Rai Times


Chiang Rai Times

Backed into a Wall, Cambodia's Opposition Urges World to Help
Chiang Rai Times
Mu Sochua, known internationally for campaigns against sex trafficking and for women's rights, said the opposition had done as much as it could and would not call for demonstrations because it believed in non-violence. Now the world had to save ...
Hun Sen vows to stay in power another decade for the sake of ...The Phnom Penh Post
Control of information shifts up a gear in run-up to Cambodia electionYahoo News UK
Could the End of Cambodia's Opposition Be a Good Thing?The Diplomat
Radio Free Asia
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6 Sep 2017 | 8:18 am

Migrants to gain legal status - Khmer Times


Khmer Times

Migrants to gain legal status
Khmer Times
The minister then accused CNRP lawmaker Mu Sochua and labour rights leader Moeun Tola of visiting workers in Thailand to encourage them to return to Cambodia and vote for the opposition in next year's national election. “Mu Sochua and Moeun Tola are ...

5 Sep 2017 | 1:16 pm

'Red line has been crossed' in Cambodia; Australia urged to speak up for democracy - ABC Online


ABC Online

'Red line has been crossed' in Cambodia; Australia urged to speak up for democracy
ABC Online
"The red line has been crossed," opposition member Mu Sochua said. "There is almost no hope for democracy unless the international community — including Australia — takes a very firm stand to the Government of Cambodia," she told the ABC. Mu Sochua ...
Cambodian leader gets China's backing as West condemns crackdownReuters UK
'No protest, no change' for CNRP, deputy says, placing CPP in bindThe Phnom Penh Post
Cambodia arrests opposition leader, alleging treasonThe Hindu
Aljazeera.com -The Cambodia Daily -Broadcasting Board of Governors -VOA Khmer
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4 Sep 2017 | 3:27 am