FFMP Findings: Cambodia’s Government Uses Laws to Curtail Fundamental Freedoms
PUBLISHED: JULY 29, 2020
This Radio Free Asia article discusses the findings from the 4th Fundamental Freedoms Monitoring Project (FFMP). The report, published July 29, 2020, “recorded persistent restrictions to the fundamental freedoms, carried out by national and local authorities, demonstrating a lack of compliance with international human rights law and domestic law,” according to a joint statement accompanying the release of the report by the initiative’s rights groups Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR), the Solidarity Center (SC), and ADHOC. The FFMP is supported by ICNL.