Cambodia is among the 41 states whose human rights records are under scrutiny at the ongoing 32nd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Working Group. Cambodia’s report was delivered on 30 January by the Cambodian Human Rights Committee headed by Mr. Keo Remy, who is also an attaché to the country’s prime minister.
Cambodia’s first UPR took place in December 2009; its second in February 2014. At the latter, 205 recommendations were proposed by 76 countries, of which the government officially accepted 162 and took note of 43.
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