Cambodia opposition leader bags 27 years sentence

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Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha has been sentenced to 27 years under house arrest after being found guilty of treason.

The judge announced that Sokha would be banned from politics and voting in elections indefinitely.

He was arrested in September 2017 without a warrant in a midnight raid on his home, and taken to a provincial jail.

The opposition leader had consistently denied the charges against him, saying that he was only trying to win power through the ballot box.

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