phnom penh - The Cambodian police have arrested opposition leader Kem Sokha in Phnom Penh capital. According to his daughter, he was arrested for betrayal.
Sokha was arrested with his bodyguards by a police force of between one hundred and two hundred men. The daughter claims that the agents had no proxy for the detention. She does not know where her father was brought.
The well-imported TV channel's annex news agency Fresh News in Cambodia confirms Sokha's detention. It says it has a video on which the opposition leader talks about the shattering of Prime Minister Hun Sen's government. He claims that he can count on the help of the United States.
The kingdom of Cambodia is a country with a parliamentary system with a multi-party system. Premier Hun Sen has been in power since 1985.