Cambodian travel advice from UK embassy

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Cambodian travel advice from UK embassy

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anything going on? heard there were some road blocks up>>>>
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Summary – on 16 November 2017, Cambodia’s Supreme Court is expected to finalise a case to dissolve the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party; there is likely to be a heightened security presence in Phnom Penh from 15 November; Access to popular tourist sites may be affected; you should avoid protests and demonstrations, monitor local media and follow the advice of the local authorities
https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/cambodia
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Yep USA and Australia sent out similar info.
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i doubt anyone gives a fuck about the outcome.
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Road blocks on the Koh Kong road, top and bottom, they have been there 3 days now.
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guess thats that
BREAKING: The Supreme Court has ruled to dissolve the Cambodia National Rescue Party, ending the only existing electoral threat to Prime Minister HE’s Cambodian People's Party. The ruling will see the opposition party disbanded and also bans 118 of the party’s senior officials from politics for five years - including party president Kem Sokha and exiled former leader Sam Rainsy. Under new amendments to election laws, the CNRP will lose all of its commune seats and all 55 of its seats in the National Assembly.
http://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/l ... solve-cnrp

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^ This is good news, as I heard they were conspiring to overthrow the government.
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General Mackevili wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2017 6:30 pm ^ This is good news, as I heard they were conspiring to overthrow the government.
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