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Topic - Rupert Abbott
"[The law] makes a mockery of the country's international human rights commitments and must be revoked immediately," Amnesty International's regional deputy director Rupert Abbott said in a statement released after the decision was announced, CNN reported.
Amnesty International's Rupert Abbott said Cambodia's human rights record has gotten worse in the past year or two, as more Cambodians have been forced off their land without compensation.