Cambodia's deputy opposition leader has been voted out of parliament in a move that is on shaky legal grounds.
Kem Sokha's removal on Friday potentially shatters the "culture of dialogue" that has supposedly developed between the country's two main political parties which are headed by bitter rivals, Sam Rainsy and Hun Sen, the Cambodian prime minister.
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