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ASEAN parliamentarians decry convictions, arrest of Cambodian opposition, activists

On June 14, the Phnom Penh Municipal Court convicted more than 50 former members and supporters of the CNRP on charges of treason

Southeast Asian MPs call on Indonesia to give voice to Global...

The legislators urged Indonesia to bring to the table "issues that particularly affect the region" at the G20 Summit in November

ASEAN MPs condemn alleged intimidation of Cambodian opposition ahead of polls

Cambodians prepare to vote for their representatives at the local level in 1,652 communes throughout the country

Southeast Asian MPs express concern over future of human rights in...

"Voting choices based on lies and harmful narratives could have seriously undermined the integrity of the elections and democracy itself”

Rights group hits ASEAN for refusing UN envoy from attending meeting...

The meeting addressed plans to deliver humanitarian aid and administer COVID-19 vaccines to Myanmar

ASEAN parliamentarians call for end to ‘red-tagging’ of candidates in Philippine...

“Red-tagging” is the "baseless accusation of certain people as communists, terrorists, or state enemies”

Southeast Asian parliamentarians urge ASEAN to act on Myanmar

"ASEAN is politically and morally responsible for addressing this catastrophic situation in Myanmar, directly caused by the military junta”

Legislators across Southeast Asia face increasing threats, reprisals

From one legislator detained in Southeast Asia in 2020, there were 91 in 2021, said APHR in a new report

Southeast Asian parliamentarians decry arrest of Cambodian monk in Thailand

The ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights called for the immediate release of Ven. Bor Bet, a Buddhist monk and a refugee in Thailand

Singapore court delays execution of Malaysian disabled person due to COVID-19

Nagaenthran Dharmalingam, 33, was scheduled to be executed by hanging in Singapore’s Changi prison on Wednesday

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