Cambodia’s former opposition leader Sam Rainsy urges Japan to lean on Hun Sen to ensure fair elections

Sam Rainsy, whose Cambodia National Rescue Party has been banned, said he’s hopeful that Japan and its business community can send a message to Prime Minister Hun Sen that he needs to restore democracy or face isolation. Sam Rainsy is in Tokyo to meet …
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