The Human Rights Council (HRC) in Geneva was set to pass a resolution on Friday that made a number of suggestions as to how Cambodia could improve its human rights record, but one rights group said it failed to properly hold the country to account for past abuses. The resolution, which was drafted by Austria, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Japan, Luxembourg, Slovenia and Sweden, was expected to pass without much, if any debate, at the 24th session of the HRC—three days after human rights envoy Surya Subedi told the council that Cam*bodia is at a crossroads in terms of its
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