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July 11, 2013 4:54 PM
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy says despite prospect of arrest he will go back to Cambodia on time for general election on July 28. He says there's no better chance to change the government than now, which is why he is willing to risk a return to Cambodia. VOA's Kimseng Men discussed with Sok Khemara that a royal pardon will be a win-win solution for both the government and Sam Rainsy. The opposition leader is facing a raft of charges he says are politically motivated and faces more than 10 years in prison if he returns to Cambodia.

Despite Facing Arrest, Sam Rainy Vows to Go Home

Published July 11, 2013

Opposition leader Sam Rainsy says despite prospect of arrest he will go back to Cambodia on time for general election on July 28. He says there's no better chance to change the government than now, which is why he is willing to risk a return to Cambodia. VOA's Kimseng Men discussed with Sok Khemara that a royal pardon will be a win-win solution for both the government and Sam Rainsy. The opposition leader is facing a raft of charges he says are politically motivated and faces more than 10 years in prison if he returns to Cambodia.