Original report from Phnom Penh
30 June 2008
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Speaking to a group of human rights activists Monday, former king Norodom Sihanouk (pictured) called on political parties to cooperate in an atmosphere of peace as general elections approach.
Sihanouk met with the activists from eight groups under the Committee of Strict Enforcement of Human Rights in Cambodia, Monday morning.
National Election Committee Secretary-General Tep Nitha called the former king’s presence in Cambodia created a warm feeling for voters and politicians, in the election run-up.