Tag Archives: Land Title

Activist Vanny gets 30 months, while security guards beat man in City Mall

Land activist Tep Vanny was yesterday found guilty and sentenced to 30 months in prison for allegedly ordering an attack on Daun Penh security guards some four years ago. As the verdict was being handed down inside the courtroom, security … Continue reading

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Activist Tep Vanny Sentenced to More Than Two Years in Prison

Tep Vanny, one of the country’s most prominent rights activists, was sentenced to two and a half years in prison on Thursday over charges related to a protest outside Prime Minister Hun Sen’s Phnom Penh mansion in 2013. The decision … Continue reading

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Back in black

Source: Phnom Penh Post   After halting for two weeks, Boeung Kak community activists yesterday made a comeback with their ‘Black Monday’ protests, saying they had lost trust in political leaders to ensure the timely release of five activists jailed … Continue reading

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System puts ‘profits over people’

Source: Phnom Penh Post Cambodia’s unique brand of free-market democracy is so closely entwined with patronage that the society puts “profits over people” and compromises the rule of law, according to a new paper. In Klepto-Neoliberalism: Authoritarianism and Patronage in … Continue reading

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Opponents of new road gather at B Kak mosque

Source: Phnom Penh Post Hundreds of Cham Muslims protesting a divisive road to be built on the land of a Boeung Kak mosque this weekend appealed to higher powers for intervention: Allah, and Prime Minister Hun Sen. On Friday, believers … Continue reading

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Boeng Kak New Year’s Blowout Draws Ire

Source: The Cambodia Daily Organizers of an $80-a-head, nationally-televised New Year’s Eve bash on the site of the former Boeng Kak lake are “dancing on Boeng Kak people’s tears,” an evictee from the neighborhood said on Tuesday. Almost a decade … Continue reading

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Imams Reluctantly Back New Road Near Phnom Penh Mosque

Source: The Cambodia Daily Several hundred imams voted on Monday to support the placement of a new road near Phnom Penh’s most prominent mosque, even though many seemed critical of the plans to divide the land into two plots. “My … Continue reading

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