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Cambodia: Journalist’s release from prison a step in the right direction - 14 marzo 2013

A Cambodian court’s decision to overturn anti-state convictions and a two-decade prison sentence against a prominent journalist is a positive step for freedom of expression in the country, Amnesty A Cambodian court’s decision to overturn a two-decade prison sentence against a prominent journalist is a positive step for freedom of expression in the country. Media Node:  Cambodian Journalist Mam Sonando arrives to an Appeal court in Phnom Penh on December 14, 2012 AFP/Getty Images. Story Location:  Phnom Penh Camboya “Mam Sonando should never have been imprisoned in the first place. We have to hope that today’s decision to release him represents a halt to the assault on freedom of expression.” Fuente:  Rupert Abbott, Amnesty International's Cambodia Researcher Fecha:  Jue, 14/03/2013

Cambodia: Journalist’s release from prison a step in the right direction

A Cambodian court’s decision to overturn anti-state convictions and a two-decade prison sentence against a prominent journalist is a positive step for freedom of expression in the country, Amnesty International said. A Cambodian court’s decision to overturn anti-state convictions and a two-decade prison sentence against a prominent journalist is a positive step for freedom of expression in the country, Amnesty

Cambodge. Il faut libérer un journaliste condamné à 20 ans de réclusion

Les autorités cambodgiennes doivent libérer Mam Sonando, critique du gouvernement et prisonnier d’opinion, a déclaré Amnesty International avant l’ouverture du procès en appel de cet homme le 5 mars à Phnom Penh, la capitale. Les autorités cambodgiennes doivent libérer Mam Sonando, critique du gouvernement et prisonnier d’opinion, a déclaré Amnesty International avant l’ouverture du procès en appel de cet homme le 5&nbs

Cambodia: Free journalist from two-decade prison sentence - 4 marzo 2013

Headline Title:  Journalist sentenced in Cambodia The Cambodian authorities must free prisoner of conscience and government critic Mam Sonando, Amnesty International said ahead of his appeal hearing tomorrow in Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh. A journalist in Cambodia is due to face an appeal tomorrow, after being sentenced to 20 years in prison on 1 October 2012 for anti-state offences. Media Node:  Cambodia 2 Story Location:  Cambodge 13° 57' 57.7944" N, 103° 24' 11.952" E “Mam Sonando’s 20-year prison sentence was inexplicable and baseless, with no evidence presented at the trial that he initiated a violent uprising against the government. ” Fuente:  Rupert Abbott, Amnesty International’s Researcher on Cambodia. URL:  Cambodia: Baseless conviction of government critic reflects shrinking space for free speech Descripción:  Press release issued on 1 October 2012 URL:  Cambodia: Summit leaders should push Cambodia on human rights failures Descripción:  Opinion Article issued on 18 November 2012

Cambodia: Free journalist from two-decade prison sentence

The Cambodian authorities must free prisoner of conscience and government critic Mam Sonando, Amnesty International said ahead of his appeal hearing tomorrow in Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh. The Cambodian authorities must free prisoner of conscience and government critic Mam Sonando, Amnesty International said ahead of his appeal hearing tomorrow in Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh.

Cambodge. La condamnation de plusieurs militants illustre le piteux état de la justice

Le fait que deux défenseures du droit au logement aient été déclarées coupables par le tribunal municipal de Phnom Penh sur la foi d’accusations forgées de toutes pièces confirme le piteux état du système judiciaire et des principes du droit dans le pays, a déclaré Amnesty International jeudi 27 décembre. Le fait que deux défenseures du droit au logement aient été déclarées coupables par le tribunal municipal de Phnom Penh sur la foi d’accusations forgées de toutes pièces confirme le piteux état du

Cambodia: Convictions of activists demonstrate dire state of justice

The fabricated charges used to convict two housing rights activists in Phnom Penh’s Municipal Court confirms the dire state of Cambodia’s justice system and rule of law in the country, Amnesty International said today. The fabricated charges used to convict two housing rights activists in Phnom Penh’s Municipal Court confirms the dire state of Cambodia’s justice system and rule of law in the country, Amnesty Inte

Convictions of activists in Cambodia demonstrates dire state of justice - 27 diciembre 2012

Headline Title:  Conviction of Cambodian activists demonstrates dire state of justice The fabricated charges used to convict two housing rights activists in Phnom Penh’s Municipal Court confirms the dire state of Cambodia’s justice system and rule of law in the country, Amnesty Inte The fabricated charges used to convict two housing rights activists confirms the dire state of Cambodia’s justice system and rule of law in the country. Media Node:  Camb Story Location:  Cambodia 14° 56' 38.6772" N, 102° 40' 41.6028" E “These shocking verdicts show why Cambodians have good reason not to trust their courts” Fuente:  Rupert Abbott, Amnesty International's Cambodia researcher Fecha:  Jue, 27/12/2012

Cambodge. Il faut libérer deux femmes luttant contre les expulsions forcées

Deux défenseures des droits humains risquant de lourdes peines de prison au Cambodge sur la base d'accusations forgées de toutes pièces doivent être immédiatement remises en liberté. Deux défenseures des droits humains risquant de lourdes peines de prison au Cambodge sur la base d'accusations forgées de toutes pièces doivent être immédiatement remises en liberté.

Camboya: Libertad para dos mujeres que hacen campaña contra los desalojos forzosos

Hay que liberar de inmediato a dos defensoras de los derechos humanos que se enfrentan a largas penas de prisión en Camboya por cargos falsos. Así lo ha manifestado hoy Amnistía Internacional. Hay que liberar de inmediato a dos defensoras de los derechos humanos que se enfrentan a largas penas de prisión en Camboya por cargos falsos. Así lo ha manifestado hoy Amnistía Internacional.

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