>Interview with Cambodian rights activist Dr Kek Galabru


Friday, July 25, 2008
ABC Radio Australia

On Sunday eight-million Cambodians are eligible to cast a vote in the country’s national elections.

The eleven parties are wrapping up a month-long campaign that has been marred by the shooting death of a journalist, and other opposition activists. There’s little doubt that the ruling Cambodian Peoples Party will win and its leader Hun Sen will add to his 23 years running the country. It’s only the country’s 4th election and human rights organisations say a lot more needs to happen to ensure a full and thriving democracy.

Presenter: Karen Percy
Speaker: Dr Kek Galabru is from the organisation Licadho

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