A 'Golden Opportunity'
Given Cambodia's political climate, Monovithya Kem has her work cut out for her as the Cambodian National Rescue Party's deputy director for public affairs _ being female only makes it tougher
At first sight, those who don't know Monovithya Kem may mistake the young female politician for a model, especially in the lobby of a five-star Bangkok hotel, where she awaited a media interview late last week.
She looked gorgeous in her navy blue dress, wearing neat makeup, charming people with her radiant smile.
But Monovithya is a determined politician. She plays a part in a landmark political campaign led by Cambodian National Rescue Party (CNRP) leader Sam Rainsy to oust current prime minister Hun Sen.
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