Cambodia dismisses groundless assessment of human rights situation


The government has called the assessment reports on the human rights situation in Cambodia unfounded and biased against it.

In an eleven-page press release on the Cambodia Human Rights and Law Enforcement Situation Update, Part 2, released today, the Cambodian Human Rights Committee said the one-sided and baseless allegations made in reports from some anti-government political groups and organizations do not reflect Cambodian reality as these reports only summarize events and draw conclusions from an incomplete picture.

The CHRC said that these entities did not study the detailed causes that led to each incident, the legal aspects and procedures, the facts of offenses and the acts that are elements of offenses, resulting in legal liability. .

The press release was issued in response to biased and baseless criticisms and allegations made by a number of groups, organizations and institutions with political leanings against the government and also in response to questions raised at the 48th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva. , which ends tomorrow.

Cambodia continues to cooperate with all international mechanisms and all stakeholders involved in adhering to the foreign policy of peaceful coexistence, non-interference in the internal affairs of other states, as well as protecting and maintaining peace. , sovereignty, independence and respect for the national interest through strict law enforcement mechanisms and without exception, in accordance with the principles and procedures of democracy and the rule of law ”, declared the CCDP.

He added that it is well known that the actions taken by a number of countries and international institutions against Cambodia are one-sided and unfair, with double standards.

He said the reports were cited from a single point of view, interviews with a group of people and some organizations that have their own agenda and that there is a tendency for them to fight the government, without involvement and contribution of government officials and other stakeholders who are affected by these reports.

The CHRC noted that the research and findings in these reports are not scientifically proven, vague and unusable.

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