The rights to assembly in Democratic Kampuchea compare to the rights to assembly in the State of Cambodia
Rights to assembly is the rights that individual would be able to form in group to create party, organization, or association in religion, business or politics for their sakes. These rights most likely practiced in democratic system to form pluralism and multi-party system. However, in Cambodia during the Democratic Kampuchea I found nothing relates to the rights to assembly to participate in these areas. Anyway, after the defeat of Khmer Rough in 1979, the constitution was changed to serve the new political era, the State of Cambodia. So, I choose this topic, “The rights to assembly in Democratic Kampuchea compare to the rights to assembly in the State of Cambodia”, as my study because it leads me to have better understanding about the rights of people in religion, business and politics in that period and guide me to learn more about politics in the State of Cambodia. And I want to know that what are similarities and differences of rights to assembly between the two regimes. Furthermore, I would like to understand more about human rights which exists in book that compiled by Professor Stan and what we have discussed in class. These reasons force and direct me to do research on this topic because it is very significant to my study in this term, Human Rights and World Politics.