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Re : Re : Actualités du Cambodge et du Gouvernement Royal du Cambodge (GRC)

BAC a écrit




Écoutez le malade qui parle pour rire. ( Pendant 40 ans, il se foutait des khmers. Tout ce qu'il a fait c'était pour sa famille. S'il a décidé de fermer les bars de karaok, c'était pour empêcher les maris de ses filles de les fréquenter, s'il décide de faire qqch c'est pour sa famille)

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqP-lLWKJD0#t=309






Cet après-midi, j'ai marché sur un chewing-gum. Fuck, j'ai été très fâché. J'étais pas capable de l'enlever de la semelle. J'en voulais à la personne qui l'avait craché dans la rue. Et une idée m'est venue, je voulais faire le monstre de Srok; interdire la vente des chewing-gum...kékékéké




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Écoutez le malade qui parle pour rire. ( Pendant 40 ans, il se foutait des khmers. Tout ce qu'il a fait c'était pour sa famille. S'il a décidé de fermer les bars de karaok, c'était pour empêcher les maris de ses filles de les fréquenter, s'il décide de faire qqch c'est pour sa famille)

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqP-lLWKJD0#t=309




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Re : Actualités du Cambodge et du Gouvernement Royal du Cambodge (GRC)

:bravo: des fois , Monsieur BAC a fait des progrès de publier le texte en français .:angkorbeer:

Voilà certains khmers qui croyaient qu'ils sont à l'abri . C'est bien , d'aller acheter le titre d'Okgna , chez H.Sen , pour 100.000 $ qui sont loin des chiffres de 100.000.000 de $ d'argents sales venant de la drogue .
Ce monsieur avait pris avec lui , lors du voyage au Cambodge , 600.000 $ en devises et se faisait épingler !
Maintenant la banque où il avait créé ou avait investi , au pays khmer , risque de faire du bruit .
Notre ex-réfugié était peut-être un peu trop gourmand !:mauvais:
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C'est facile d'ouvrir une banque ( pas un compte) au Srok. kékéké....tu demandes au bandit.

Un couple coupable d'avoir blanchi jusqu'à 100 millions

Publié le 15 septembre 2014 à 18h20 | Mis à jour à 22h33

Vincent Larouche
La Presse

Selon les recherches des procureures de la poursuite, il s'agit de la plus importante opération de blanchiment d'argent prouvée dans l'histoire des tribunaux québécois: un couple de banquiers d'origine cambodgienne a été reconnu coupable lundi d'avoir recyclé jusqu'à 100 millions en argent sale pour le compte de trafiquants de drogue québécois.

Près de 10 ans après le début des procédures judiciaires, le juge de la Cour du Québec Patrick Healy a déclaré Leng Ky Lech et son conjoint Sy Veng Chun coupables de tous les chefs d'accusation qui pesaient contre eux.

«En son coeur, cette cause n'est pas compliquée. C'est que les accusés ont reçu les produits criminels de la vente de drogue et non seulement les ont possédés, mais les ont blanchis dans des transactions successives», résume le magistrat dans son jugement.

Dans les faits, la preuve a été «longue et difficile» à étaler devant le tribunal, concède-t-il. Et pour cause: une cinquantaine de témoins ont défilé, et plus de 450 pièces à conviction amassées par la Gendarmerie royale du Canada (GRC) ont été présentées. Pour étayer leur preuve, les procureures de la Couronne fédérale Marie-Michèle Meloche et Fabienne Simon ont dû attacher les fils entre des événements et des transactions qui ont eu lieu au Québec, en Colombie, au Mexique, à Cuba, aux Bahamas, en Jamaïque, en Floride, en Israël, en Belgique et au Cambodge.


L'argent blanchi avait été remis aux accusés par Daniel Muir, un prolifique importateur de cocaïne né en Abitibi, qui était branché directement sur un cartel colombien. Muir, qui est mort le crâne fracassé à coups de hachette en pleine rue du centre-ville en 2004, aurait confié sa fortune au couple, qui gérait deux bureaux de change sur le boulevard Saint-Laurent. Ceux-ci devaient placer l'argent et verser des intérêts de 80 000$ par mois au trafiquant.

Les profits de la drogue ont été transformés en or, en diamants, en immeubles, ou encore transférés électroniquement ou physiquement vers le Cambodge.

«Même s'il n'y a pas de montant précis en preuve, il y a de la preuve selon laquelle le montant dépasse 100 millions de dollars», a résumé le juge.

Une banque financée par la drogue

Le couple a ouvert une banque dans son pays d'origine à cette époque. «Mis à part leurs activités à Montréal, la preuve établit que M. Chun et Mme Lech avaient de l'expérience comme banquiers au Cambodge et qu'ils souhaitaient reprendre ces activités. Et ils avaient besoin d'argent pour le faire», a expliqué le juge.

Les plaidoyers sur la peine à imposer auront lieu en octobre. Le couple risque jusqu'à 10 ans de prison. Les autorités veulent aussi saisir ses avoirs.

En entrevue à La Presse, M. Chun a dit vouloir écrire un roman basé sur son long feuilleton judiciaire après avoir reçu sa peine. Celui qui dit avoir fui «la guerre des Khmers rouges» dans son pays au début des années 80 affirme qu'il n'a aucune intention de quitter le Canada après une éventuelle peine de prison. «Je suis canadien, il n'est pas question de retourner», dit-il.

La poursuite s'est tout de même inquiétée lundi que le couple puisse tenter d'obtenir un passeport à l'ambassade ou au consulat du Cambodge d'ici le prononcé de leur sentence pour fuir le pays. Le juge leur a donc imposé de strictes conditions d'assignation à résidence tout en leur rappelant que la GRC serait «très vigilante» pour s'assurer qu'ils ne tentent pas de se dérober à la justice.


http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justice-et-aff...e=cyberpresse_BO2_quebec_canada_178_accueil_POS1

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Est ce que c'est lui qui a demandé. Si c'était la coutume, à sa place, je prendrais 10. Et je dirais ensuite au roi......kékéké.....


Kem Sokha given 21 advisers

Sat, 13 September 2014

Chhay Channyda

A royal decree has assigned 21 officials to Cambodia National Rescue Party deputy president Kem Sokha to advise and assist him in his role as National Assembly vice president.

Among those given positions are 14 personal advisers – of which two will rank as ministers and 12 as secretaries of state – while seven will be assigned as personal assistants.

Those named as personal advisors include Khmer Kampuchea Krom Community president Thach Setha and CNRP lawyer Choung Choungy.

Choungy said: “I’m still a lawyer to CNRP. My role as an advisor will include local politics, civil society relations and election affairs . . . We receive salary but I don’t how much I would get from this title.”

The royal decree appointing the officials – signed by acting head of state Chea Sim - came into effect on September 8.

Ou Virak, president of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights, said he could not understand why Sokha needed 21 advisers.

He said that the CNRP and the National Assembly commission heads had a greater need for policy advice, adding that the appointments looked like patronage.

“This seems very similar to the way the [Cambodian People’s Party] operates,” he said. “I’m not very happy seeing the way politics are being played out now.”

CNRP spokesman Yim Sovann said because the advisers were appointed to the vice president personally they were not a matter for the party and he could not comment.

Sokha could not be immediately reached.

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/post-weekend/kem-sokha-given-21advisers

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Every country in the world fights corruption in certain sectors, but not every country is one of the 20 most corrupt in the world,” Wan-Hea Lee (UNOHCHR),



As recently as last month, Prime Minister Hun Sen said that some of the blame for corruption lay with the businesses that paid the bribes, but TI executive director Preap Kol also called such deflections counter-productive.

If we get a diagnosis, and say, ‘No, I don’t have that disease,’ it isn’t helpful”.

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Un primate qui ne sait que faire des menaces....Ouh-ouh-ouh...kékéké

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Ne donnez pas de leçon humanitaire à un pleu-pleu psychopathe, c'est un spécilaiste de la barabrie....il ne comprendra pas kékéké

PM looks to US to justify use of force

Fri, 22 August 2014

Meas Sokchea

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday compared Cambodia’s deadly government crackdowns favourably with attempts in the United States to quell days of unrest following the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white policeman.

Speaking at a graduation ceremony at the National Institute of Education, Hun Sen said the crackdown on demonstrations in Ferguson, Missouri – where police officer Darren Wilson shot dead 18-year-old Michael Brown on August 9 – has not been met with the same criticism levelled at his forces when they move in to contain protests.

In Ferguson, “demonstrators just throw bottles of water [on the authorities] and they are arrested immediately, but America says nothing”, he said. Whereas “in our country, [demonstrators] burned cars, threw stones and shot with slingshots when we tried to control the situation, and they said that we abused human rights”.

Multiple clashes between demonstrators in Ferguson and police from local and state law enforcement occurred in the aftermath of the shooting earlier this month. Responding to the protests and instances of live gunfire, looting and rioting, a curfew was put in place, and the governor called in the National Guard. Dozens of people, including journalists, have been arrested since the shooting.

Contrary to the premier’s claim of imbalance, the heavy-handed actions have drawn international rebuke and comparisons with abuses committed during the civil rights movement in the US.

Hun Sen yesterday went on to compare the eight-month lockdown of Freedom Park, Phnom Penh’s designated protest space, with the curfew imposed on Ferguson after the governor declared a state of emergency.

The premier reasoned that Freedom Park is just a small area that was closed temporarily because of unrest, while in Ferguson an entire town was put into lockdown between midnight and 5am.

While government investigations into the fatal violence of early January – when government forces opened fire at striking garment workers, killing at least five – and other clashes had been cited repeatedly as the reason for the park’s closure, results of any probe have remained elusive since the razor wire came down.

Meach Sovannara, a Cambodia National Rescue Party member and Cambodian-American citizen, told the Post that Hun Sen was lying to the country and making unfair comparisons.

“He told [his] citizens a lie. Speaking of the law, in America, people are given rights to hold demonstrations.” Sovannara said.

Ou Virak, chairman of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights, said he agreed that the US government is “no angel”, but said this does not justify the actions of Hun Sen’s forces.

“The US needs to clean up its act too, [but] that doesn’t mean that the crackdowns here were OK,” he said.

ADDITIONAL REPORTING BY ALICE CUDDY




Répondu à la question sur les droits d'Homme aux États-Unis critiqués par Hun Xen, Scot Marciel, le diplomate américain, a dit '' Nous ne sommes pas parfaits. Hun a le droit de nous critiquer ''. Autrement dit; si t'es pleu-pleu tu peux nous critiquer...kékéké


We’re not perfect: US envoy



Thu, 28 August 2014

Kevin Ponniah


The United States has “never claimed to be perfect” in terms of upholding human rights and Prime Minister Hun Sen has every right to offer criticisms of the country, one of the superpower’s top Asia diplomats said yesterday.

Speaking with the Post as he wrapped up a two-day visit to Cambodia before departing for Vietnam, Scot Marciel, the US State Department’s principal deputy assistant secretary for East Asia and the Pacific, responded to comments from Hun Sen last week that accused the US of double standards in relation to its handling of recent racially charged protests in Ferguson, Missouri.


http://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/we%E2%80%99re-not-perfect-us-envoy

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Citation.


Sam Rainsy: '' I want to give my younger colleagues an opportunity to gain experience, to show how to unselfishly serve the public and to become the new leaders that this country needs,” he said. ''


'' Je veux donner à mes collègues plus jeunes l'occasion d'acquérir une expérience pour montrer comment servir généreusement le public et de devenir les nouveaux leaders que ce pays a besoin", at-il dit.




Vous imaginez, un bandit n'aurait pas pu dire ça. Ce serait contraire à ce qu'il a fait; pillé Srok et la population peandant 40 ans.


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Ne donnez pas de leçon humanitaire à un pleu-pleu psychopathe, c'est un spécilaiste de la barabrie....il ne comprendra pas kékéké


PM looks to US to justify use of force


Fri, 22 August 2014

Meas Sokchea

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday compared Cambodia’s deadly government crackdowns favourably with attempts in the United States to quell days of unrest following the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white policeman.

Speaking at a graduation ceremony at the National Institute of Education, Hun Sen said the crackdown on demonstrations in Ferguson, Missouri – where police officer Darren Wilson shot dead 18-year-old Michael Brown on August 9 – has not been met with the same criticism levelled at his forces when they move in to contain protests.

In Ferguson, “demonstrators just throw bottles of water [on the authorities] and they are arrested immediately, but America says nothing”, he said. Whereas “in our country, [demonstrators] burned cars, threw stones and shot with slingshots when we tried to control the situation, and they said that we abused human rights”.

Multiple clashes between demonstrators in Ferguson and police from local and state law enforcement occurred in the aftermath of the shooting earlier this month. Responding to the protests and instances of live gunfire, looting and rioting, a curfew was put in place, and the governor called in the National Guard. Dozens of people, including journalists, have been arrested since the shooting.

Contrary to the premier’s claim of imbalance, the heavy-handed actions have drawn international rebuke and comparisons with abuses committed during the civil rights movement in the US.

Hun Sen yesterday went on to compare the eight-month lockdown of Freedom Park, Phnom Penh’s designated protest space, with the curfew imposed on Ferguson after the governor declared a state of emergency.

The premier reasoned that Freedom Park is just a small area that was closed temporarily because of unrest, while in Ferguson an entire town was put into lockdown between midnight and 5am.

While government investigations into the fatal violence of early January – when government forces opened fire at striking garment workers, killing at least five – and other clashes had been cited repeatedly as the reason for the park’s closure, results of any probe have remained elusive since the razor wire came down.

Meach Sovannara, a Cambodia National Rescue Party member and Cambodian-American citizen, told the Post that Hun Sen was lying to the country and making unfair comparisons.

“He told [his] citizens a lie. Speaking of the law, in America, people are given rights to hold demonstrations.” Sovannara said.

Ou Virak, chairman of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights, said he agreed that the US government is “no angel”, but said this does not justify the actions of Hun Sen’s forces.

“The US needs to clean up its act too, [but] that doesn’t mean that the crackdowns here were OK,” he said.

ADDITIONAL REPORTING BY ALICE CUDDY

Edité le 22/08/2014 @ 17:16 par f6exb
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Very good les boys! kékéké...


Heng Reaksmey, VOA Khmer

19 August 2014


PHNOM PENH—
Local NGOs are urging the new National Assembly to pass term limits for the prime minister, to prevent a “dictatorship” in Cambodia.

Prime Minister Hun Sen has ruled Cambodia in some capacity for 30 years, but following discussions in Phnom Penh, rights groups and development NGOs say that his position should only be held a maximum 10 years.

Ny Chakrya, lead monitor at the rights group Adhoc, said a limitation mandate would help avoid nepotism and dictatorship.

The call comes as the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party has joined the National Assembly, with 55 of 123 seats.

Kem Ley, an independent political analyst, said limitations on power could reduce the risk of state unrest, such as a coup d’etat.

A term limit could also help Cambodia reduce corruption and power-abuse, said Ros Sopheap, deputy chair of the Committee to Promote Women in Politics.

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Une autre attaque célébrale, il sera simple esprit...kékéké,


Hun Sen Lambasts ‘Mafia’-Like CNRP Over Political Deadlock

By Khy Sovuthy | July 2, 2014

A blustery Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday used a speech at a National Fish Day event to lash out against the opposition CNRP, comparing the party to the mafia and suggesting it create its own country “on the moon.”

Just before helping release thousands of baby fish into Kdol Lake in Kompong Chhnang province, the prime minister—as usual not naming the party directly—accused the CNRP of trying to dictate terms in ongoing negotiations to break the political stalemate since last year’s national elections, even after losing the poll.

Mr. Hun Sen and his long-ruling CPP officially won the elections, though the CNRP accuses the CPP of cheating its way to a win. The opposition has been refusing to take its 55 seats in the 123-seat National Assembly ever since, and negotiations to reach a power-sharing and election reform deal have been fruitless.

The latest snag has been the opposition’s demand that all future appointments to the highly politicized National Election Committee, which is controlled by officials aligned with the CPP, be approved by a two-thirds vote of the National Assembly. Mr. Hun Sen said again Tuesday that the demand was out of the question.

“We still leave the gate open to negotiate, but you are not to talk about two thirds,” he said. “You said if you do not get the two-thirds, you will not join [the Assembly]. I do not mind. Still you have not joined and I have not yet died, and the Cambodian people have not yet died. You do like the leaders of the mafia—you get the votes, you lose, and then you try to force us to follow you.”

Mr. Hun Sen said a two-thirds rule would only lead to more deadlock and “kill democracy in Cambodia.” The opposition insists it is the only way to ensure that the CPP does not continue to control the electoral system.

In recent weeks, Mr. Hun Sen has conceded to the opposition’s request for a television station to counter the CPP bias of most current broadcasters. The CNRP quickly dismissed this as a minor concession, and said it would have to be part of a package of far more extensive reforms.

“Now they say they don’t want it,” Mr. Hun Sen retorted Tuesday, “so you can go to create a state on the moon.”

The prime minister then issued something of a warning, saying the CPP was now lifting a self-imposed ban on its supporters against demonstrating, to match the CNRP’s own penchant for protests.

“Before I banned, but now I don’t,” he said, without elaborating.

The government banned protests in early January. The ban followed a series of CNRP marches around the city calling on Mr. Hun Sen to step down, and garment-sector demonstrations—some of which turned violent—calling for higher wages. The CNRP had endorsed the call for higher wages.

Citing unspecified reports, the prime minister also denied that the government was running short on funds to pay its civil servants and that foreign aid, whether grants or loans, had ever been used to cover public sector salaries.

“They thought we have used foreign aid to pay salaries,” he said. “In our life, we have never received foreign aid to spend on salaries, and there has been no country that gave us aid to spend on salaries.”

In fact, foreign donors had for a few years provided funds to supplement the salaries of some civil servants working on donor-funded projects, as a way to combat corruption and discourage them from skipping hours for more lucrative second or third jobs in the private sector.

According to those familiar with the effort, however, the supplements were discontinued because of infighting among government officials over how the extra pay was being divvied up.

sovuthy@cambodiadaily.com

© 2014, The Cambodia Daily. All rights reserved. No part of this article may be reproduced in print, electronically, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without written permission.


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Commerce Minister Vows ‘Meaningful’ Reforms to US Investors [Cambodia needs democracy, not more of the same empty pledges]

Cambodia's commerce minister Sun Chanthol delivers a keynote speech titled “Economic Reforms in Cambodia” at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington D.C, Monday, June 23, 2014, at the conclusion of a one-week trade mission in the United States that also took him to Los Angeles and Seattle. (Courtesy of Cambodia Ministry of Commerce)


Sophat Soeung,

VOA Khmer

25 June 2014

WASHINGTON —

Cambodian Commerce Minister Sun Chanthol concluded a trade mission in the United States this week, emphasizing his government’s willingness to make “deep” reforms to improve its investment climate.

The minister made those comments at a presentation on Monday at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, at the conclusion of a one-week trade mission that also took him to Los Angeles and Seattle.


“We carry out these reforms to help investors so that there will be less informal costs, less transportation costs, less energy costs, and [we will] train our people to have better skills,” he said.

Sun Chanthol admitted that the new-found political will is due to last year’s general election.

“If we want to win the election in 2018, to be relevant, you stick to your reform agenda and do it quickly, do it fast,” he said. “If not, you will not be there. That’s why we understand that we must reform. Without reform, we are going to have a problem in 2018.”

During the July 2013 election, the ruling Cambodian People’s Party saw a significant drop in parliament seats, from 90 to 68. A public opinion survey conducted by the International Republican Institute after the election found a significant drop in public optimism about the country’s direction. The most-cited reasons were corruption, nepotism and damage to the environment.

Cambodia meanwhile needs more foreign investment to create jobs for the 300,000 young Cambodians who enter the job market every year and to help ready itself for the Asean economic integration at the end of 2015.


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“If we want to win the election in 2018, to be relevant, you stick to your reform agenda and do it quickly, do it fast,” he said. “If not, you will not be there. That’s why we understand that we must reform. Without reform, we are going to have a problem in 2018.”


Kékéké...


Un autre pleu-pleu qui pense que le peuple est pleu-pleu.....Comme ça ce que tu fais n'est pas pour le pays mais pour le pouvoir...Et pour le pouvoir, si tu gagne qu'est ce que tu va faire? kékéké....Tuer?

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Thousands of Cambodian Workers Fleeing Thailand


“When they arrive, we give them a package of rice and a bottle of water,” Kor Sumsaroeun, governor of Banteay Meanchey, told VOA Khmer. “We’ll send them back to their homes on the same day.”


Or-kun jreun, sok-sa-bye, heuy a-youk-vay na Lok Thom Kor Sumsaroeun


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En France, peut-on faire des meances de morts à qqn? Si non quelles sont des conséquences?

However, the premier tempered the concessions with sharply worded threats to both Cambodia National Rescue Party leadership and those who would join any grassroots-level demonstrations, saying to those who may plan to come out, “be careful of death”.

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le PM peut prétendre qu'il est "irremplaçable", mais pas immortel.. :-P
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'' Hun Sen also warned foreigners not to interfere in Cambodia's internal affairs. ''

Ah c'est pas juste! Tu laisses les Yircnames écrire la consitution, et tu laisses pas les drones américians voler au-dessus de ta tête; c'est pas juste comme dit Averell Dalton....kékéké

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June 10, 2014

Cambodian PM reiterates "no re-election" as demanded by opposition

English.news.cn 2014-06-10 16:21:54

PHNOM PENH, June 10 (Xinhua) -- Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen reiterated Tuesday that there would be no reelection as demanded by the main opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party ( CNRP).

"Don't hope for a re-vote before 2018," he said during a visit to disabled people living in Southwestern Kampot province. "You join the National Assembly or not, it's up to you. I will continue to lead the government until the next general election in July 2018."

Meanwhile, the prime minister said that if the CNRP joined the parliament, he would approve the opposition's requests for a TV station and defining the National Election Committee in the Constitution.

He warned that if the opposition wanted to stage a coup, the government would spend only 48 hours to smash them.

"What I'm telling is true," he said. "Don't try to do it in Cambodia after you have seen it happened in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, and Thailand."

Hun Sen also warned foreigners not to interfere in Cambodia's internal affairs.

Political dispute between the prime minister's Cambodian People's Party (CPP) and the CNRP has simmered since July last year when the results of a general election showed that the CPP won 68 parliamentary seats against 55 seats for the CNRP.

The CNRP has refused to accept the election outcome it says was marred by fraud, and it has boycotted parliament to demand an early election.

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"I'm the only person who can order all types of armed forces," the prime minister said. "If I really die, you must pack your bags and run away or you may die of any incidents because no one can control the armed forces."

Soit, c'est un malade mental; soit, il est come BAC a dit '' c'est un psychopathe '' kékéké....

Pauvres khmers, même s'il est mort, le spychopathe peut vous faire mal encore. Il vous menacent. Il vous fait saigner encore plus. Il vous chasse du pays avec vos '' bags '', il va avoir d'autres KAÏ-DANG; pauvres khmers.

Srok est contrôlé par une famille de sychopathe qui se crisse de la souffrance des khmers; ça vole, ça pille, ça tue, ça détruit,...et aucun effet, ça fait même pas un pli sur leur face.

On se souvient de Ceausescu; même attaché et lapidé par le peuple; il crie encore '' vous faites erreur. Vous êtes dans l'erreur. Je suis votre sauveur '' Il a cru que son destin c'était le destin du peuple. Le malade. kékéké

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Cambodian PM says he was meeting with king amid rumors of his severe illness

English.news.cn 2014-06-10 15:00:15

PHNOM PENH, June 10 (Xinhua) -- Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said Tuesday that he was meeting with King Norodom Sihamoni and then playing golf as rumors that he suffered a severe stroke had been spread on social media.

"On Friday afternoon, I, along with cabinet members, was having a meeting with King Norodom Sihamoni, and then I played golf on Saturday and Sunday," the prime minister said during a visit to people with disabilities living in Southwestern Kampot province.

Hun Sen's remarks came after rumors across social media on Sunday that he had a massive stroke on Friday afternoon and had been rushed to Calmette Hospital before being sent to Singapore for medical treatment.

"Don't expect to see Hun Sen's death, it is not easy," he said.

Meanwhile, Hun Sen warned that if he really passed away, opposition leaders might not survive because no one could control the armed forces.


"I'm the only person who can order all types of armed forces," the prime minister said. "If I really die, you must pack your bags and run away or you may die of any incidents because no one can control the armed forces."


Hun Sen said his presence was very important to stabilize the current situation in Cambodia.

Cambodia remains trapped in political row after the election results in July last year showed that Hun Sen's party won 68 parliamentary seats and the opposition, led by Sam Rainsy, got the remaining 55 seats.

The opposition has refused to accept the election outcome it says was marred by fraud, and it has boycotted parliament to demand an early election.

Hun Sen and Sam Rainsy had met three times in an attempt to resolve the dispute, but their talks produced no fruitful results. Their last contact was a telephone conversation in April.

Editor: Xiang Bo

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Le PM a montré qu' il est en forme, en recevant l'ancien ministre des affaires étrangères singapourien, lundi.
Il a même menacé d'arrêter le chef de l'opposition si besoin est, et a précisé qu'il y a pas de nouvelle élection avant 2018.
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Moi aussi, je crois que c'est un rumeur. S'il avait vraiment eu une attaque célébrale, il serait allé se faire soigner aux Yirckname, pas à Singapour. kékéké....


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Government Denies Rumors of Hun Sen Stroke

By Saing Soenthrith and Mech Dara | June 9, 2014

Senior officials and sources close to Prime Minister Hun Sen vigorously denied rumors Sunday that he had suffered a severe stroke and been rushed for treatment in Singapore.

Rumors drew steam across social media Sunday, with users passing along reports that Mr. Hun Sen experienced a massive stroke on Friday afternoon and had been rushed to Calmette Hospital before being sent to Singapore for further medical treatment.

“It’s not true and he is just relaxing in Phnom Penh,” said Council of Ministers spokesman Phay Siphan. “It is just a rumor. He is OK and he continues his activity as normal.”

Asked why the Council of Ministers did not convene a weekly Cabinet meeting on Friday, Mr. Siphan said government ministers had nothing to talk about.

“We had nothing to review,” he said. “The proposed laws have been reviewed.”

Chhuor Kimny, border police chief at the Phnom Penh International Airport, said the prime minister had not passed through the airport’s gates all weekend.

“No highranking official has flown to Singapore for medical treatment,” he said.

Several members of the Prime Minister’s Bodyguard Unit, who declined to be named because they are not authorized to speak to the media, similarly denied the rumors.

Opposition leader Sam Rainsy, however, insisted that the information was on good authority.

“It is reported that he is very ill and went to Singapore,” he said. “He had a massive stroke. He went to Calmette on Friday and then to Singapore.”

Asked the source of his information, Mr. Rainsy said: “Internal sources in the CPP. And now it is being said online.”

(Additional reporting by Alex Willemyns)

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Pensée du jour ( une remarque ):

'' Cambodia does not have full independence, because we are afraid of yuon'' -KKKC president Thach Setha

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BAC a écrit

On va voir s'ils sont Yircknam ou Khmers.




C'est ce que je pensais...kékéké.....


Kampuchea Krom anniversary quieted



Tue, 3 June 2014

Chhay Channyda




Plans to commemorate 65 years since France recognised formerly Kampuchea Krom provinces as part of Vietnam were scaled back by City Hall yesterday.

Representatives of the Khmer Kampuchea Krom Community (KKKC) were told that plans to hold a public forum on Wednesday had been rejected, while approval was granted for a ceremony at Samaki Rainsey pagoda in Meanchey district.

“We will not allow them to hold the public forum, because we know that if we cannot control it well, it will incite people to hate other races and neighbouring countries,” City Hall spokesman Long Dimanche told the Post.

During the ceremony at Samaki Rainsey pagoda, a symbolic offering of food will be made to 1,949 monks to mark the 1949 anniversary.

City Hall will reconsider allowing the KKKC to hold the public forum, which stood to draw 2,000 attendants, at a later date, officials said following the meeting.

KKKC president Thach Setha said he had agreed to the restrictions, but felt the ban violated freedom of expression.

“They are afraid of us attacking [Vietnam], that’s why they do not allow it; that is silencing our rights. Cambodia does not have full independence, because we are afraid of yuon,” he said, using a term considered by some to be derogatory towards Vietnamese people.


Ang Chanrith, executive director of the Minority Rights Organization, said the anniversary is “important not only for Khmer Krom but for Khmer”.

“People living over there [are now considered] indigenous and face persecution . . . [But] the Cambodian government does not pay much attention to supporting them.”

Chanrith, whose group will be monitoring the anniversary events, said that he is worried that if the restrictions are not abided by, “police or military police [will be sent in] to

block them”.


According to a letter to Setha on May 27 signed by Deputy Prime Minister Kong Sam Ol, this year’s ceremony will be attended by Samdech Sisowath Pongneary Monypong, minister of the Royal Palace.




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