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Does Cambodia need to do more (yes) or less (no) to stop pedophilia in that country?

  • Cambodia needs to do more to stop pedophilia in that country.

    Cambodia is known to be a location for sexual tourism, especially pedophilia. The country should do more to prevent this crimes against nature from happening within its borders. No government should tolerate pedophilia because it is a disgusting crime. The police in Cambodia should stop being so corrupt and fight child prostitution.

  • Yes, Cambodia needs to do more to stop pedophilia in that country.

    I believe that Cambodia needs to do more to stop pedophilia in that country. Even though the country is one of the poorest nations in Southeast Asia, the country needs to find the resources to stop this terrible crime. They need to enact laws to stop this so it does not become a haven for pedophiles like it has become.

  • Cambodia's Pedophilia Problem

    Cambodia needs to take an active role in order to combat its well-known pedophilia and sex trafficking problems. The country's authorities are fairly lax on these issues and have done nothing to curb these crimes. With that in mind, the country needs to do more and make change to curb these problems.

  • Cambodia Known for Lax Laws

    Cambodia's pedophilia laws are so lax, Americans go there to have sex with children. In 2009, several perpetrators were arrested by U.S. officials. Last year, Canadian citizens were arrested in Cambodia doing the same thing. Something must change as apparently there are no laws on the books banning the rape and sodomy of children.

  • Cambodia needs to do more to stop pedophilla in their country.

    Cambodia needs to do more to stop pedophilia in their country. Pedophilia is a serious problem over there and they need to do anything they could to protect the children. I think they need to be stricter when they find people that are involved in anything that has to do with pedophilia.

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