Cambodian opposition leader brings Facebook battle to California court


Since Hun Sen ascended to the Cambodian government’s highest levels in the late ’70s, he has established a reputation as a tough leader with a low tolerance for dissent. With a national election scheduled for July, his government has, in recent months, shuttered Western nonprofit agencies, prosecuted scores of activists and hobbled the country’s independent press. In November, Cambodia’s Supreme Court dissolved the country’s only opposition party, the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), which Sam had led until last year.



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