Scare Tactics and Silencing: Hun Sen’s Brutal Crackdown on Opposition in Cambodia

“Anyone the government decides is part of this color revolution could be next in the net.”

IN JANUARY 2002, seven-year-old Sokreth Un was too young to understand why his father, Sokhom, had been run off the road by a large truck in the Odong district of Cambodia. Sokhom Un had been travelling from district to district with fellow members of the opposition Sam Rainsy Party, campaigning ahead of upcoming local elections.

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