KI-Media2 KI Media Opposition Slams Judiciary at Last Sitting Before Election

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May 12, 2013
By Khy Sovuthy
The Cambodia Daily

During the National Assembly’s final session before national elections are held in July, opposition lawmakers on Friday slammed the country’s judges for delegating investigative work to their clerks and criticized judicial police for incorrectly interpreting civil cases as criminal cases.

During the session between lawmakers from the ruling CPP and the newly formed Cambodia Na­tional Rescue Party (CNRP), opposition lawmaker Ket Khy said police often write reports sent to the court that bring about criminal charges for suspects who have only committed a minor offense. He also said that police often do not allow suspects to have a lawyer present during questioning.


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KI-Media2 KI Media Opposition Slams Judiciary at Last Sitting Before Election

National+Assembly+building+(Taing+Sarada,+VOA).jpg
May 12, 2013
By Khy Sovuthy
The Cambodia Daily

During the National Assembly’s final session before national elections are held in July, opposition lawmakers on Friday slammed the country’s judges for delegating investigative work to their clerks and criticized judicial police for incorrectly interpreting civil cases as criminal cases.

During the session between lawmakers from the ruling CPP and the newly formed Cambodia Na­tional Rescue Party (CNRP), opposition lawmaker Ket Khy said police often write reports sent to the court that bring about criminal charges for suspects who have only committed a minor offense. He also said that police often do not allow suspects to have a lawyer present during questioning.


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