Cambodia Jails Opposition Activists Deported by Thailandon November 24, 2021 at 12:12 pm

Three opposition activists face imprisonment in Cambodia on charges of conspiracy and incitement, after being deported by Thai authorities earlier this month, police said on Nov. 22. The pre-trial detention of the three members of the disbanded opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party comes amid a broad crackdown that started in the run-up to the 2018 general election. Two of the activists, Voeurn Veasna and Voeung Samnang, were arrested in Thailand on Nov. 8, and deported to Cambodia the next day. Voeurn was apprehended after it was found that he had posted a poem titled “Hun Sen is a Traitor” under the moniker Kranhoung Preylang on Facebook, according to Radio Free Asia. In his poem, Voeurn criticized Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen for amending the constitution and “destroying the country,” and accused Sen of allowing the destruction of Cambodia’s forests while he was in power. Sen responded by calling the poem …

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