DocumentReport: Human Rights in Cambodia: The Facade of Stability Report 2006
Beneath the veneer of political stability and economic development, the people of Cambodia continue to suffer.
Cambodians are increasingly subject to a wide range of human rights abuses - often committed by State personnel such as police and military - with little recourse to justice in Cambodia's notoriously corrupt and politicized courts. Land conflicts arising from private claims or large economic land concessions are evicting thousands of families from their homes every year, depriving them of education, health services and other essentials while fuelling poverty and discontent.
Cambodia's police and judiciary, universally deemed as rife with corruption and impunity, fail on a daily basis to provide any semblance of justice for victims of human rights abuses.
Released in June 2006 (permalink)
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