ADHOC-Cambodia announced the morning of March 12 By 2020, US Ambassador W. Patrick Murphy has heard the case of Kem Sokha at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court.
For the first time, we have seen the presence of US Ambassador W. Patrick Murphy in attendance. Directly during the hearing of Mr. Sokha, former President of the National Rescue Party after the hearing process: 9 weeks since the 15th. January 2020. The hearings of March 11 and 12, 2020, are the seventh in a series of hearings after the two-week trial that lasts two weeks – week six and week. Eighth, claiming that in order to allow time for lawyers, Mr. Sokha studied the evidence in the case file and left the courtroom to work on the case. Other things.
In front of the Phnom Penh Court of First Instance, this morning, US Ambassador W. Patrick Murphy held a press conference. Also.
The US Embassy in Cambodia announced today that Ambassador W. Patrick Murphy was present at the trial, as he was an observer. Here's your statement to an out-of-court reporter: The United States is following a trial Mr. Sokha is adamant. This process may have a bearing on the legality and due process of law in Cambodia and for international relations in Cambodia. Mr. Sokha has a reputation that Sam will receive throughout the world as a supporter of rights and freedoms. We are pleased to see that his political rights have been restored to him, and we hope that all Cambodians can participate. In the political process. Embassy staff were involved throughout the day of the proceedings. We are disturbed by the prosecution's misrepresentation of the fabricated fabric of the United States. The United States has provided $ 3 billion in aid to Cambodia over the past decade, including transparent assistance. To strengthen institutions and political parties in line with the Constitution of Cambodia. Our program is for all political parties, including the Cambodian People's Party, which is ruling the country and many other government institutions. My government has made it clear that the United States has never interfered with the Cambodian government. We fully respect the sovereignty and sovereignty of Cambodia. But we support freedom of expression, active and tolerant civil society, a vital part of that. All Rights Reserved By: Columbus