Cambodia’s Second Prime Minister Hun Sen and his security forces continue to kill people for their political beliefs, casting doubt on how fair the country’s upcoming July elections will be, said Rory Mungoven, program director of Amnesty International’s Asia and Pacific region.

In a Tokyo press conference Monday, Mungoven said the international community, however, is turning a cold shoulder to the situation by supporting a Japanese peace proposal, which he says disregards human rights.

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