Former Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen returned to social media on Sunday, saying Facebook had “returned justice” to him after lifting the suspension of his account. self
Hun Sen posted that Facebook had rejected the Oversight Board’s recommendation to suspend its account for posting threats against political opponents.
by previously This former Cambodian leader who regularly uses Facebook It temporarily closed its Facebook account and threatened to boycott Facebook in Cambodia.
Hun Sen’s Facebook account, which has about 14 million followers, was reactivated in July.
In June, the Oversight Board recommended that Hun Sen’s Facebook and Instagram accounts be suspended for six months after a video he posted in January appeared to show Hun Sen telling the opposition. Opposite that They will face legal action or be beaten. If there are accusations that Hun Sen’s political party has rigged the election.
The Oversight Board’s recommendations deeply angered Hun Sen, who responded by banning Facebook representatives from entering Cambodia. and put the names of more than 20 members of the Overview Board on the blacklist.
But on Sunday, Hun Sen said Cambodia’s Ministry of Telecommunications would allow Facebook representatives to return to work in Cambodia. But sanctions against members of the Oversight Board remain in place.