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Please sign the online petition to President Obama to Cancel his Visit to Cambodia If No Elections Reform

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បើគ្មានការធ្វើកំណែទំរង់គជបទេ សូមយើងទាំងអស់គ្នាចូលរួមដាក់ញត្តិ ប្តឹងលោក​ប្រធានា​ធិបតីបារ៉ាក់​អូបាម៉ា។ វាជាវិធីល្អតាមច្បាប់ ដោយ សន្តិវិធី យុត្តិធម៌និងប្រជា​ធិប​តេយ្យហើយយើងត្រូវតែចូលរួម បើយើង មិនចង់ឃើញសង្គមយើង​មានវិបត្ត​ទំនាស់ផ្ទៃលក្នុង និងសង្គ្រាមនៅពេលអនាគត។ នេះជាវិធីសន្តិវិធីដ៏ត្រឹមត្រូវបំផុត។ សូមចុះឈ្មោះតវ៉ាទាំងអស់គ្នា!
PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION ONLINE AT:

Petitioning President Barack Obama

This petition will be delivered to:
President Barack Obama 

President Barack Obama:

TO CANCEL VISIT TO CAMBODIA IF NO ELECTIONS REFORMS
Dear Mr. President,
The Cambodian community in America wishes to draw your attention to the democratic deficit that exists in our country of origin.
The United Nations Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Cambodia, Professor Surya P. Subedi, in July recommended thorough reform of the electoral system to allow meaningful national elections to take place in July 2013. A key recommendation for the reform of the National Election Committee, which administers elections, to make it a neutral rather than a partisan organization, has been rejected by the Cambodian government.
You are due to visit Cambodia in November as the country holds the presidency of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in 2012.
We call on you to cancel this trip unless you receive binding assurances of electoral reform in line with the U.N. recommendations. This should include making it possible for Cambodians living abroad to exercise their voting rights, at least in the countries where Cambodia has diplomatic and/or consular representation.
If assurances of democratic elections cannot be obtained, please do not allow an autocratic government to present your visit as an endorsement by the U.S. of human rights abuses and manipulated elections leading to a distortion of the will of the people.
Professor Subedi wrote in July that “If the electoral process is unable to command the trust and confidence of the electorate, the very foundation of the Cambodian political and constitutional architecture embodied in the Paris Peace Agreements will be shaken and the country may run the risk of a return to violence.”
Over the years America has given many Cambodians the chance to achieve a better life. While they have worked to do so, Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen has held uninterrupted power since 1985.
Please, Mr. President, use your good offices to allow our compatriots back home the opportunity for self-determination that we, as Americans, now take for granted.
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Written by Kolbot Khmer

September 27, 2012 at 7:02 am

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