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Cambodia: Moving Power

Lux Mean observes that rural Cambodians seeking redress now wait in front of the Prime Minister's residence instead of before the Royal Palace or the Parliament: “Before, people went to the Royal Palace to ask for help from the King. The change may be led by either the frequent absence of King Father from the country or by any level of people’s expectation, which I could not understand, about the Royal Palace’s intervention.”

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