Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen (L) talks to Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha during an agreement signing ceremony at the Government House in Bangkok, Thailand, December 19, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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Cambodia's strongman premier Hun Sen vowed on Monday to create a new law banning political party leaders from holding dual nationality, a move targeting his arch-rival who has fled overseas.Hun Sen said the new law would be passed next year and affect political party leaders and people holding positions in some key institutions, requiring them to hold only Cambodian nationality.Hun Sen has ruled Cambodia with an iron fist for the last 30 years and opposition parties rarely succeed in halting or amending the ruling party's proposed laws.
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