Cambodia failed Monday to make its deadline to submit a key human rights report—known as the universal period review (UPR)—to the U.N., said Mak Sambath, deputy chairman of the government’s Human Rights Committee. Having missed the submission deadline, the government is now hoping to get its report to Geneva by Wednesday, Mr. Sambath said. “Prime Minister Hun Sen ordered to include more information about the government’s vision in the fifth mandate to reform the judiciary system,” he said of the reason for missing the deadline, which only comes every four years. “The report will tell the U.N. that
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