Over recent decades, international observers have tended to view the human rights and political situation in Cambodia as a series of predictable cycles that does not warrant too much alarm.
The conventional wisdom has been that Prime Minister Hun Sen and his government routinely tighten their grip on the political opposition and civil society in advance of elections before relaxing it again after victory has been secured.
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