Cambodia’s opposition leader Sam Rainsy is claiming a “moral victory” in being allowed to travel to Malaysia despite promising to return to his homeland.
Meanwhile Cambodia’s former opposition leader Kem Sokha has been released from house arrest and has met the French ambassador.
So is this really a win for Cambodia’s long-suffering opposition?
Former South East Asia correspondent Liam Cochrane explains what’s going on in Cambodian politics.
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