Content deflecting pre-election criticism of the ruling CPP appeared on two government-run websites Saturday, in what one critic said was an inappropriate use of state resources in the weeks before a national election. In a rare act of support for a grassroots group, the website of the Council of Ministers’ Press and Quick Reaction Unit prominently posted in both Khmer and English a petition filed Friday at multiple diplomatic missions in Phnom Penh against a regular land rights protester. The petition, thumb-printed by six rival Boeng Kak eviction activists, targeted activist Tep Vanny, who has received a land
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