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While prepared to document another sad story about a corrupted sociopolitical system failing the moment maximum democratic expression, we found ourselves to realize day by day, that our plot was changing. There were no more individual heroes against their own antagonists, and Hun Sen, Rainsy, the CNRP, the khmer Rouge, everyone and everything was just part of great jigsaw skaken by a bigger force and falling into pieces. Do Min Do was becoming a choral story, the epic of a collectivity working at different levels as a unique force.
So the people of Cambodia gradually become protagonist of Do Min Do, and Do Min Do gradually become a great history of change.
Vice President of the CNRP
Deputee of CNRP and lawmaker
CNRP representative and Rainsy’s wife
Radio Activist at Phnom Penh’s Beehive Radio
Buddhist Monk and Human Rights activist
Awarded Civil Activist leading the protests on Land Rights
President of the CNRP
There is total impunity in Cambodia. I have counted the colleagues and supporters who have been arrested, tortured, beaten – those that have had their lives taken away. No convictions have ever been made and no investigations have ever been started.
Under those circumstancesjust being alive is already an achievement.
But this is an unprecedented situation in Cambodia because the political landscape has changed dramatically, the balance of power has changed dramatically. We are in a unique position to exert our influence to make our country move toward a more democratic system.