Cambodian PM: CCHR not to be shut down

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Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Hun Sen has affirmed that the Cambodian Centre for Human Rights (CCHR) will not be closed down.

Speaking this afternoon to Fresh News  in  Siem Reap province where he was presiding over the two-day Praying Ceremony for Happiness to the Kingdom of Cambodia, Mr. Hun Sen said CCHR will not be shut down after the investigation found out this centre’s good activities to promote human rights in Cambodia.

After receiving the statement and the request from CCHR as well as conducting an investigation into the centre by the Ministry of Interior, the royal government decided to keep this center so that it can continues promoting human rights in Cambodia.

CCHR was founded in 2002 and has undertaken vital work to promote and protect the values and rights which are enshrined in Cambodia’s Constitution and international human rights treaties which Cambodia has voluntarily ratified.

 

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