Cambodia: Post-election tension must not lead to violence - 9 agosto 2013Headline Title: Cambodia: Post-election tension must not lead to violence With the potential for mass demonstrations rising following Cambodia’s disputed election and the government moving hundreds of security forces into Phnom Penh, Amnesty International is calling for Cambodian authorities and other political leaders must prevent violence as mass demonstrations are likely to rise following recent disputed elections. Media Node: Cambodia Story Location: United Kingdom 10° 46' 1.6212" N, 105° 33' 23.9076" E See map: Google Maps “Cambodian authorities and other political leaders in Cambodia must ensure that the post-election tension does not erupt into violence. ” Fuente: Isabelle Arradon, Amnesty International’s Deputy Asia Pacific Director. URL: Cambodia: Respect freedom of expression as elections approach Descripción: Public Statement, 21 July 2013 URL: Cambodia: Open letter: Freedom of expression and the proposed law to criminalize denial of crimes committed by the Khmer Rouge Descripción: Open Letter, 7 June 2013
Le Parti du peuple cambodgien, au pouvoir, a remporté la majorité des sièges aux élections municipales de juin.
El Partido del Pueblo Camboyano, en el poder, obtuvo la mayoría de los escaños en las elecciones comunales celebr
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party won the majority of seats in the commune elections held in June.