A Cambodian security guard has been arrested for allegedly helping people escape quarantine facilities that housed the COVID-19 virus. He could face up to one year in prison if found guilty. According to a court spokesperson, Zhao Long Wei, a 35-year-old Chinese businessman, was chasing the Cambodian security officer and hit him with a stick. The incident took place at a hotel in the Chamkarmon district of Phnom Penh, and the investigating judge will determine whether to detain him or not.
After the incident, the United Nations deported the owner of the media outlet for spreading fake information about the vaccines. The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Cambodia has risen. Last month, four Chinese nationals bribed security guards in a five-star hotel to escape quarantine. Two of them went on a partying spree after being caught, and they were both diagnosed with COVID-19 when they were tested. CCTV footage of one of the girls leaving the hotel went viral in the country.
In Cambodia, a total of 84,583 security personnel will be deployed for the July 29 commune elections. This represents a significant increase over the June 2017 commune elections, which featured 51,578 security personnel, more than 33,000 police officers, nearly three thousand military police, and more than 4,000 members of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces. As a result, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has increased in the country.
The Cambodian government plans to deploy 100,000 security personnel at polling stations and "village guards" for the general election. But many observers are worried about intimidation of voters. The ECCC is also suing the two men, citing fake news about the vaccine. Despite the accusations, the Cambodian government has promised to punish the men. Fortunately, the ECCC has been convicted of both crimes. However, the two men are still free on bail.
The government plans to deploy more than 100,000 security officers and "village guards" during the July 29 election. The number of security personnel is significantly higher than that of the June 2017 commune elections. The number of security personnel includes more than 33,000 police and military police. It is unclear how many of these officers will be present at polling stations. Moreover, the country has not released any reports about how the affected people will vote.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Cambodia has risen due to the fact that a Chinese man with a disproportionate number of tattoos was recently stopped by police. The man, who was carrying a pistol, was also arrested, and his identity was subsequently released. As a result, the Cambodian government is trying to find the responsible party. The ECCC is attempting to find the perpetrator.
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