CHRACCambodian Human Rights Action Committee
CHRACCultural Heritage and Recreation Advisory Committee (est. 2001; Lake Champlain Basin Program; Vermont)
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This docudrama is based on a true story of a woman who reported to CHRAC that her husband raped her, and as a result, she had had five children at close range.
CHRAC distributed copies of its film to partners and held screenings in 37 communities in the Menchum Division of Cameroon.
"CHRAC, therefore, strongly urges the Royal Government of Cambodia and the Cambodian higher courts to overturn the conviction of Mam Sonando so that he can be freed and continue contributing to his work on democracy and human rights in Cambodia."
CHRAC said Born Samnang and Sok Sam Oeun, who have already ''unfairly served'' 1,170 days in prison, should be immediately released.
''CHRAC also again urges the national police to seek and bring the real killers to be punished according to the law, in order for justice to be provided, and to restore the dignity and confidence-building on the Cambodian judiciary nationally and internationally,'' the statement said.
The CHRAC said it was deeply concerned about the forced and violent repatriation of those Montagnards to Vietnam.
However, it said, ''CHRAC is extremely concerned about the legal basis for detaining the people, which appears to be in violation of freedom of people's movement and of the 1951 Refugee Convention, to which Cambodia is a signatory.''
''We do not ask the United Nations to re-enter the negotiations, which have so clearly failed despite its best efforts,'' said a statement released by Cambodian Human Rights Action Committee (CHRAC).
The thug also swung the blade at Slava's pal Michael Chracs, but missed.