Paying the Price for Change

Freedom Park-Non-violent  mass protest-Part 1 Photo by Charlotte Prett

Freedom Park-Non-violent mass protest-Part 1
Photo by Charlotte Prett

A young and dynamic life is lost fighting for change but like with many cases of killings of opposition members, justice might not be served to the family.

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/activist%E2%80%99s-parents-seek-answers

The story will not end here as MPs-elect we owe it to Panha to find his killers and to bring them to justice.

Mr. Hun Sen spoke for more than 6 hours at his first cabinet meeting of his illegitimate government. More promises of reforms, but what he should have said was to order independent investigations of the shooting on the bridge the night of 15 September and the killing of Panha.

More than half of the nation voted for change-P’dho.

To ignore the voices of the people is to take Cambodia no farther than a one-party state.

Non-violent protests will continue to reach a nation-wide scale.

Panha is a hero.

May his soul rest in peace.

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