Saturday, November 16, 2013

Lawyers Condemn Police Shooting of SL Factory Protesters

By Lauren Crothers - November 16, 2013 The Cambodia Daily

A group of Canadian lawyers has expressed deep concern over the use of live ammunition by police in Phnom Penh during a garment worker protest on Tuesday when a bystander was killed, and called on government and military officials to respect the U.N.’s basic principles on the use of firearms by authorities.

Lawyers Rights Watch Canada (LRWC), as a committee of Canadian lawyers who promote human rights and the rule of law internationally, addressed their concerns in a letter to Prime Minister Hun Sen, deputy prime ministers Sar Kheng and Sok An, Justice Minister Ang Vong Vathana, Defense Minister General Tea Banh and National Military Police Commander Sao Sokha.


Anonymous said...

Hun sen et noun chea, ils ont parlés la même langage, car noun chea a répondu qu il n a pas en courant de génocide pendant la periode de 75 a 79.
Maintenant hun sen a répondu comme Mr noun chea qu il n a en courant sur les massacres à phnom penh,depuis plusieurs fois hun sen a toujour la même réponse.

Anonymous said...

You are a Muslim Cham. WHy are you getting in Khmer politics? There are thousands of Muslim Chams are suffering because of your involment into Khmer politics, has nothing to do with Muslims of Cambodia. You should get out. Next time they will curse your Islam religion. DO you want that? Do you want them to curse the Prophet because of you?