Supporters of Kem Sokha, jailed leader of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party, rally outside the country’s Appeal Court. According to opposition lawmakers, a large number of CNRP members have fled the country fearing a crackdown on dissent by Prime Minister Hun Sen. Photo: Reuters Supporters of Kem Sokha, jailed leader of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party, rally outside the country’s Appeal Court. According to opposition lawmakers, a large number of CNRP members have fled the country fearing a crackdown on dissent by Prime Minister Hun Sen. Photo: Reuters
Supporters of Kem Sokha, jailed leader of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party, rally outside the country’s Appeal Court. According to opposition lawmakers, a large number of CNRP members have fled the country fearing a crackdown on dissent by Prime Minister Hun Sen. Photo: Reuters
Cambodia

‘I’m taking my chances’: few Cambodian opposition lawmakers remain as Prime Minister Hun Sen’s crackdown sparks exodus

Ruling government has said there could be more arrests linked to an alleged plot to oust the three-decade-long ruler

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Supporters of Kem Sokha, jailed leader of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party, rally outside the country’s Appeal Court. According to opposition lawmakers, a large number of CNRP members have fled the country fearing a crackdown on dissent by Prime Minister Hun Sen. Photo: Reuters Supporters of Kem Sokha, jailed leader of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party, rally outside the country’s Appeal Court. According to opposition lawmakers, a large number of CNRP members have fled the country fearing a crackdown on dissent by Prime Minister Hun Sen. Photo: Reuters
Supporters of Kem Sokha, jailed leader of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party, rally outside the country’s Appeal Court. According to opposition lawmakers, a large number of CNRP members have fled the country fearing a crackdown on dissent by Prime Minister Hun Sen. Photo: Reuters
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