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Thread: Foreign Radio Broadcasts Banned Ahead of Election

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    Foreign Radio Broadcasts Banned Ahead of Election

    The Ministry of Information has banned the broadcast of all Khmer-language programs by foreign radio stations for the entire 31 days of the pre-election campaign period and on election day, July 28, warning that legal action will ensue if stations fail to comply. The ban, announced on Friday, immediately silenced Khmer-language radio broadcasts from Voice of America, Radio Free Asia (RFA) and Radio France Interna*tional, which are relayed in Cambodia through such stations as Beehive Radio F.M. 105 and the Women’s Media Center (WMC) F.M. 102. “A man from the ministry called to me and…said we must stop
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