Cambodia: Call for Commission of Inquiry into the killing of Kem Ley
Ahead of the one-year anniversary of the killing of Kem Ley on 10 July 2016, 164 organizations worldwide, including Amnesty International reiterate concerns regarding the apparent lack of progress in investigating this case, as well as the inadequate investigation and trial of Oeuth Ang, the only person yet convicted or charged in relation to Kem Ley’s death. In light of the inadequacy of the investigation, the Royal Government of Cambodia (“RGC”) is urged to establish an independent and impartial Commission of Inquiry, in line with international standards, to continue the investigation.
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