Rights groups yesterday urged the government to drop its incitement charges against four people arrested last week and accused of plotting to topple the government by handing out yellow roses to security forces and urging them to turn their guns against Prime Minister Hun Sen. In a joint statement yesterday, rights groups Licadho and the Community Legal Education Center (CLEC) said authorities had no credible evidence against any of the suspects. Police arrested students Tut Chanpanha and Sok Dalis on Thursday while picking up 1,000 roses they were planning to hand out to soldiers and police around Phnom
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