My Fight for a Free Cambodia

Mu Sochua

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2018 OFF in Oslo

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05/29/2018
Mu Sochua is an outspoken and respected Cambodian politician who has dedicated her life to fighting for women’s rights and democracy in Southeast Asia. In her talk, she explores how former Prime Minister Hun Sen has taken away freedom and democracy in Cambodia using unwarranted incarceration, censorship, and military force. Sochua calls for an international intervention and a boycott of the next election to build the democracy movement of the Cambodian people. 

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