Previous Cambodia resistance pioneer sued over Facebook post
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia – A legal counselor for Cambodia’s military has recorded a claim against previous resistance pioneer Sam Rainsy a day after the head administrator said he ought to be accused of treachery.
The attorney says the objection documented Thursday blames Sam Rainsy for prompting the military to not take after requests, offending military pioneers and causing misery of the military.
In a Facebook post this week, Sam Rainsy approached warriors not to comply with any “despots” in the event that they are requested to shoot pure individuals. Head administrator Hun Sen disagreed with the post.
Sam Rainsy lives estranged abroad. His previous political gathering was disintegrated by the courts a month ago, which means Hun Sen will confront no genuine resistance in one year from now’s decision.
The legislature has looked to kill adversaries and commentators in front of the surveys.