Power Politics – A Modern Cambodian Tale of Oppression


SOVANN PHILONG
Photo by: SOVANN PHILONG. Former Dey Krahorm residents gather Monday outside the National Assembly building where they thumb-printed documents protesting their forced eviction Saturday.

Forced evictions are a regular occurance in Phnom Penh these days, in favour of large-scale, glossy and new apartment complexes, office buildings, etc. 

This is the latest in a series of evictions, fires and other “natural phenomena” that have seen many, many families their their homes, their belongings, their livelihoods, and just about all hope.  

Read the article from the Phnom Penh Post.

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