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PM Informs His Opponents That Those Without a Court Order Can Enter and Leave Cambodia Freely

PHNOM PENH: Prime Minister Hun Sen has informed his opponents abroad that they have the right to enter and leave Cambodia freely, unless there is an arrest warrant issued against them by the court.

He added that those who have warrants placed against them can also still return, however, they will be immediately arrested by the police and sent to court.

The Prime Minister made these remarks during a meeting with A-grade students and Level 3 Technical and Vocational Diploma Examination 2022 event on Thursday morning, 2 February 2023 at OCIC Chroy Changvar.



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