Cambodia: towards July’s elections and beyond

Cambodia is now heading towards national elections on 29 July in which the CPP will be the only real contender.

Flickr Creative Commons: Jacqui Collis, CNRP Demonstrations

“Multi-party democracy is maintained in form, whilst a one-party system operates in practice…”

Flickr Creative Commons: thierry ehrman, Hun Sen painted portrait _DDC0088
Flickr Creative Commons: US Embassy Phnom Penh’s photostream, Secretary Kerry Addresses Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen

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