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Dans la vidéo ( lien en bas ) que j'ai trouvée sur le site KI, madame Mikee parle de 270 bandits, les plus corrompus; c'est ceux là qui ont vendu ( ou pillé ) les richesses de notre Srok. Vous avez une idée qui sont ces 270.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wx3P1H4QEAs#t=48



En regardant ce vidéo, je me demandais ce qui aurait pu arrivé de pire si les khmers rouges avaient une base de donnée comme aujourd'hui ( vidéo, images, documents numériques, etc. ); toi, le ock-gna, on sait ce que tu as fait; toi, le général, on sait tout de toi; toi, le juge, on sait que t'es corrompu.....)

Ça ne va pas arriver comme le temps des khmers rouges, mais ça arriver de façon démocratique et juste..., on va les juger.....si coupable, on les mettra en prisons ces 270 bandits....kékéké







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La personne qui exprime , n'a pas tort .
Mais combien de personnes qui l'écoutent ? et surtout au Cambodge ?

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Wednesday, November 20, 2013
CPP Says ACU Will Investigate Global Fund Corruption


By Denise Hruby and Kuch Naren
The Cambodia Daily, November 19, 2013

The government’s Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) will investigate evidence of massive corruption in the health sector uncovered in a two-year audit by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and those found to have committed wrongdoing will be prosecuted, a CPP spokesman said Monday.

“It is very essential to do an investigation and send the case to court,” CPP lawmaker and party spokesman Cheam Yeap said, adding that the ACU would take on the case based on the findings of the Global Fund’s report, released Friday.

“It doesn’t matter whether or not the alleged corrupt officials remain in position or resign…. They must face prosecution for committing corruption,” Mr. Yeap said.

The report implicates three individuals in the corruption, including the former director of the Ministry of Health’s National Center for Parasitology, Entomology and Malaria Control (CNM), Duong Socheat, who retired in 2011, along with one of his deputies. Together, they are accused of receiving $410,000 in bribes and roughly $20,000 in gifts from companies hoping to secure lucrative government contracts to provide mosquito nets.

A man identified only as a senior procurement officer for the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Dermatology and STD Control (NCHADS) was also accused of manipulating bidding practices.

On Sunday, Tia Phalla, deputy director of NCHADS, called the Global Fund’s findings “not so serious,” while the Ministry of Health issued a statement disavowing any responsibility for the corruption in its sub-agencies.

Officials with the Anti-Corruption Unit could not be reached for comment Monday, but Transparency International said that all parties involved—including the Ministry of Health—should be held accountable.

“This can only happen in a systematic way; it can not happen by only one person or one institution. Clearly the Ministry [of Health] has a responsibility to oversee the management of the funds and see what relevant departments are doing, and not just give money out and wash their hands,” said Preap Kol, executive director of Transparency International in Cambodia.

Sin Somuny, executive director of Medicam, an umbrella group of health NGOs, which the report found had charged three donors for the same staff position as well as charging the Global Fund for a position that was never occupied, claimed Monday that the allegations of wrongdoing against his organization had been based on “a misunderstanding.”

Because it would have taken too long to get permission to shift funding, Mr. Somuny said he decided to create a staff position and charge part of the salary to the Global Fund and part to AusAid, the Australian aid agency.

“We should have told them [Global Fund]. That’s our mistake,” he said.

However, he maintained that no harm was done by his subterfuge, as money wasn’t lost.

Although the report says that the Global Fund was charged $14,400 for an advocacy adviser in 2009, Mr. Somuny also claimed that he had not requested or received such funds.

The Global Fund has spent about $33 million annually in Cambodia since 2003. The Ministry of Health managed the money directly until 2009, after which CNM and NCHADS became the principal recipients.

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Cela rejoint tout à fait un échange des jours précédents sur K-N :
- non seulement sur le manque ou l'insuffisance de financement du buget national khmer dans certains secteurs vitaux pour le petit peuple khmer- ici la Santé, notamment dans les campagnes de prévention contre la Malaria et le Sida

- mais dans le cas présent, il s'agit de détournement et de vol d'argent venant du Fonds International par des responsables liés directement au CPP et au Ministère de la Santé.


The report implicates three individuals in the corruption, including the former director of the Ministry of Health’s National Center for Parasitology, Entomology and Malaria Control (CNM), Duong Socheat, who retired in 2011, along with one of his deputies.
Together, they are accused of receiving $410,000 in bribes and roughly $20,000 in gifts from companies hoping to secure lucrative government contracts to provide mosquito nets.



.... avec une excuse archi- connue pour justifier un tel comportement:
"C'est pas moi , c'est l'autre.. et c'est m^me le donateur !!!"

"Although the report says that the Global Fund was charged $14,400 for an advocacy adviser in 2009, Mr. Somuny also claimed that he had not requested or received such funds."




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http://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/report-calls-out-pheap


Report calls out Pheap


Logging tycoon Try Pheap’s rapidly expanding land empire, criticised by rights groups for displacing families and encroaching on protected forest areas, has grown to almost 70,000 hectares in size and is helping to facilitate a cross-border illegal logging operation, a report released today alleges.

The Cambodian Human Rights Task Force (CHRTF), a local NGO, claims in the report that through as many as 15 companies operating under his name or that of his wife, Mao Mom, Pheap is in possession of almost seven times the amount of economic land concessions (ELCs) allowed by law – an allegation a representative of the tycoon denied yesterday.

“The reason to focus only on Try Pheap’s companies,” the report states, “is to urge the government to take action and show the truth behind why our forests are disappearing.”

The report – one of a number this year focusing on Pheap’s activities – also alleges that as well as being concessionaire to vast areas of land, Pheap also has exclusive rights to collect and buy luxury timber, mainly rosewood, from all government-granted land concessions in 15 provinces.

Areas mentioned include Ream National Park in Preah Sihanouk province, Preah Vihear province’s Boeung Pe Wildlife Sanctuary and Virachey National Park in northeastern Cambodia.

Mining concessions are also listed as having been granted in Stung Treng province.

CHRTF’s report adds that Pheap’s companies – which include his MDS Import Export firm – also clear timber from concession areas in Cambodia’s other nine provinces.

According to the report, at least 1,445 families have been evicted from their homes during Pheap’s acquisition of about 68,088 hectares since 2010.

If true, this violates Article 59 of the Land Law, which states that individuals or legal entities controlled by the same person cannot hold more than 10,000 hectares of ELCs, even if it is spread over multiple concessions. CHRTF said it compiled information against Pheap’s companies using a team of investigators across the country and tracked company officials crossing into Vietnam to sell the timber.

Included in the 52-page report are photos of company vehicles transporting rosewood, and piles of timber stationed at company offices and Pheap’s home in Kandal province.

A truck containing allegedly illegal rosewood in Kampong Thom province
A truck containing allegedly illegal rosewood in Kampong Thom province in May. PHOTO SUPPLIEDCHRTF says it has documents from the environment and commerce ministries that detail the concessions.

The report claims Pheap is closely connected with officials from the ministries of interior and agriculture, the military, forestry officials and other concessionaires, such as Choeung Sopheap, who owns the Pheapimex company.

Sopheap is married to ruling Cambodian People’s Party senator Lao Meng Khin, whose company Shukaku is licensed to develop the capital’s Boeung Kak area.

CHRTF director Ouch Leng, who compiled the report, said Pheap’s companies have been granted land concessions to develop rubber and pepper plantations, but has effectively seized people’s land in order to export timber to Vietnam.

“The main business and politics of tycoon Try Pheap is to operate a timber business under the cloak of ELCs and … transport wood openly from Cambodia to Vietnam,” he said. Transport points included Mondulkiri province, Ratanakkiri province’s O’Yadav district and Sihanoukville port.

“The company has fed and sponsored armed forces and civil servants in the concession area by helping build offices, but it does not help improve people’s lives,” Leng said.

Multiple attempts at reaching Pheap were not successful yesterday, but a company representative in Preah Vihear province denied allegations of illegal activity.

“Our company does not log illegally,” he said, adding that Pheap’s companies had rights to buy timber in only eight provinces. “We buy wood that has been seized by the authorities,” said the employee, who did not want to be named. “The money goes to the state. We do not export it. We process it in Phnom Penh as furniture.”

He said allegations made about the companies’ practices were spurious, and villagers were given adequate compensation when they were relocated.

Thorn Sarath, director of the administration department at the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, said he was not aware of the way the 15 companies in question were structured and would have to look into the matter further.

A Veun Sai lumber yard containing alleged illegal rosewood in Ratanakkiri
A Veun Sai lumber yard containing alleged illegal rosewood in Ratanakkiri in May. PHOTO SUPPLIED“Previously, companies have followed the [Land Law] on this [a restriction of 10,000 hectares per person],” he said. “But [concessionaires] are always having problems with people, so we need to check more because previous impact studies have been too basic.”

Other government officials could not be reached.

The report by CHRTF, an NGO set up in the 1990s by the International Human Rights Law Group and managed locally since 1997, is the latest to call into question concessions and licences granted to the logging tycoon.

Last month, NGO National Resource and Wildlife Preservation Organization (NRWPO) said an investigation it had carried out had discovered illegal logging in every protected forest in the country and that licences granted to Pheap, allowing him to collect and buy timber from ELCs, will leave the areas ecologically impoverished.

In February, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries granted Pheap an exclusive licence to collect and buy timber from economic land concessions in Ratanakkiri.

In June, the Post reported that Pheap’s MDS Import Export company had been granted a licence to collect and process yellow vine around the Stung Atay hydropower dam in the Cardamom Mountains.

And in a report released in August, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights said it had evidence of rampant illegal logging in Preah Vihear being carried out under orders from Pheap.

Phil Robertson, deputy director of Human Rights Watch’s Asia division, said via email yesterday that big land concessions in Cambodia have inevitably resulted in “rights abuses and resource looting going hand in hand”.

“Ripping apart local communities to support the greed of a few is only possible where those violating rights know that they have total impunity to do so – which is far too often the common state of affairs in Hun Sen’s Cambodia.”

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Cambodian Logging Tycoon Accused of Concession Violations

Chheang Vun : Hun Sen’s government would never allow anyone to conduct logging without prior approval, adding that the prime minister “has already made it clear that anyone who is caught illegally logging will be prosecuted.” [whatever!]




RFA, 2013-11-21

A Cambodian rights group has alleged that a logging tycoon close to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s family and the ruling party has been granted state land concessions that are nearly seven times above the limit under the law.

In a 50-page report, local nongovernmental organization Cambodia Human Rights Task Force (CHRTF) also accused timber magnate Try Pheap of blatantly flouting conditions under which he was granted the economic land concessions (ELC).

It also charged that Try Pheap had channeled around U.S. $1 million to Hun Sen’s family and the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) for unspecified expenditures before the July 28 elections whose results remain disputed despite official returns declaring the CPP as the victor.


In response to the allegations, a senior CPP official told RFA’s Khmer Service on Thursday that the government would investigate the matter, saying the authorities would never allow companies to operate ELCs illegally.

In Wednesday’s report, CHRTF claimed that Try Pheap had amassed nearly 70,000 hectares (173,000 acres) of ELCs, or seven times more than the 10,000 hectares (25,000 acres) allowed to a single individual, through as many as 15 companies operating under his name or that of his wife, Mao Mom.

According to Article 59 of Cambodia’s Land Law, individuals or legal entities controlled by the same person cannot hold more than 10,000 hectares of ELCs, even if it is spread over multiple concessions.


That law allows the government to make use of all “private state land” and lease them to companies for as many as 99 years.

Nearly 1,500 families have been evicted from their homes since 2010 as a result of Try Pheap’s acquisitions, which have also encroached on protected forests, wildlife sanctuaries and as many as 20 national parks, the report said.

“We have conducted studies on Try Pheap’s companies and we found that they breached their contracts with the government [according to what is required under] land concession licenses,” Ouch Leng, director of CHRTF, told RFA’s Khmer Service.

“The companies have mainly cut down the forests, but they have left the land undeveloped,” without facing punishment, he said.

Ouch Leng said that Try Pheap and his family had paid around U.S. $1 million to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s family and the CPP.

“Before the election, they spent more than U.S. $1 million,” Ouch Leng said, claiming that he had been told about the payment by members of Try Pheap’s family.

“[Try Pheap’s] family members can’t enjoy a rich lifestyle because they spent so much money on the ruling party and Hun Sen’s family,” he said, without providing details about how the money was channeled or what it was used for.

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CHRTF said it had sent a team of investigators to compile information on Try Pheap’s companies and to track company officials as they transported the timber into Vietnam for resale to third countries.

Try Pheap has exclusive rights to collect and buy luxury timber, mainly rosewood, from government-granted land concessions in 15 provinces, the CHRTF report said, and his companies also clear timber from concession areas in nine other provinces.

“Through our investigation, we found that [the main entity] Try Pheap Import Export is the biggest operation [in Cambodia] extracting luxury wood and exporting it to foreign countries through Vietnam,” the report said.

“The company pays only minimal attention to [developing the] agricultural industry, such as through the planting of rubber and pepper [as required under the concessions]. It received land concessions and only cuts down the forests—it doesn’t develop the concession areas.”

The Phnom Penh Post cited Ouch Leng as saying that the company has also “fed and sponsored armed forces and civil servants in the concession area[s] by helping build offices, but it does not help improve people’s lives.”

Try Pheap’s 14 other companies are largely involved with logging and the exporting of wood, though the tycoon also controls some mining interests as well, the report said.

His “close ties” with the government have allowed Try Pheap Import Export to open 27 offices in 12 provinces, it said, adding that CHRTF is in possession of documents from the environment and commerce ministries that detail the company’s concessions.

It claims Try Pheap is closely connected with officials from the ministries of interior and agriculture, the military, forestry officials and other concessionaires.

CHRTF said in a statement that it had released the report focusing only on Try Pheap’s companies “to urge the government to take action and show the truth behind why our forests are disappearing.”

Response to claims

Try Pheap could not be reached by RFA on Thursday for comment on the allegations.

But the Post reported that a company representative in Preah Vihear province denied allegations of illegal activity.

“Our company does not log illegally,” said the representative, speaking on condition of anonymity, adding that Try Pheap’s companies had rights to buy timber in only eight provinces.

“We buy wood that has been seized by the authorities … The money goes to the state. We do not export it. We process it in Phnom Penh as furniture.”

He called allegations about the companies’ practices false, and said that villagers were given adequate compensation when they were relocated.

When asked by RFA about claims of concession violations by Try Pheap’s companies and allegations about money funneled by the tycoon to the CPP and Hun Sen, senior CPP official and National Assembly—or parliament—spokesman Chheang Vun called non-sanctioned deforestation “a crime.”

“But any deforestation that is done with the permission of the government following detailed studies is legal,” he said.

Hun Sen’s government would never allow anyone to conduct logging without prior approval, Chheang Vun said, adding that the prime minister “has already made it clear that anyone who is caught illegally logging will be prosecuted.”

He criticized CHRTF for issuing a report without having consulted the government.

“NGOs should [first] file complaints with the government,” Chheang Vun said, as well as with Cambodia’s anti-corruption task force and the National Assembly, calling for a probe into the claims.

He pledged to investigate the allegations, saying “leading lawmakers in the areas raised by the NGO will hold discussions with permanent commissions to see which steps to pursue.”

Try Pheap’s activities have been the focus of several reports this year, including one in August by the Cambodian Center for Human Rights, which said it had evidence of rampant illegal logging in Preah Vihear.

Another investigation in October by National Resource and Wildlife Preservation Organization concluded that licenses granted to the tycoon for extracting and buying timber from ELCs will leave the areas ecologically impoverished.

Reported by RFA’s Khmer Service. Translated by Samean Yun. Written in English by Joshua Lipes.





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Les khmers rouges tuaient les gens pour une bol de riz volé; aujourd'hui, avec 1000$, les bandits tuent les gens pour le plaisir de conduire soul.


Procureurs s.v.p.

Des fois, j'ai dit que au Srok, avec 5000$, on peut tuer des gens pour le fun, j'ai exagéré. Je m'excuse.


Family Won’t File Complaint Against Lawmaker Over Hit-and-Run

By Phorn Bopha, The Cambodia Daily
November 27, 2013

No court complaint will be lodged against CPP lawmaker Cheam Yeap over his role in a hit-and-run car crash that left one woman dead and her husband in a serious condition in hospital, relatives of the injured man said Tuesday.

Moeun Sina, the sister of Moeun Tha, 26, who remains in a serious condition at Calmette Hospital after the crash on Friday that killed his wife Pin Sophea, said that the parliamentarian’s lawyer had paid the family more than $1,000 in compensation and, therefore, no complaint will be lodged with the court.
“We will not press charges,” Ms. Sina said, adding that Mr. Yeap’s money is being used to pay her brother’s medical bills.

“He [the lawyer] said that another $400 is [to be paid] to the doctor,” she said, adding that Mr. Yeap ought to buy her brother a new motorcycle to replace the one destroyed in the crash.
On Friday morning, Mr. Tha and his wife, both 26, were traveling on a motorcycle when they smashed head on with Mr. Yeap’s SUV along National Road 1 in Kandal province’s Kien Svay district.

The couple was reportedly trying to overtake another vehicle when they crossed into the oncoming traffic lane and collided with Mr. Yeap’s vehicle, which according to witnesses, did not stop after the crash.

Mr. Yeap’s vehicle, which was being driven by an unnamed chauffeur, continued to drive away from the scene of the crash despite having the couple’s motorcycle trapped underneath.

Though the traffic law states that those involved in an accident must remain at the scene and report to the nearest authorities, Mr. Yeap has maintained he did nothing wrong by driving away from accident.

Pin Sophea and Mr. Tha were left lying on the side of the road for 30 minutes before they were taken to a local clinic. Pin Sopheap died shortly after being taken to Calmette Hospital on Friday afternoon, while Mr. Tha sustained a ruptured kidney and is in serious condition.

“I would want him [Mr. Yeap] to buy my brother a new motorcycle since he has lost both the bike and his wife,” Ms. Sina said.

“His bike was completely destroyed in the accident,” she said.

Mr. Savuth, Mr. Yeap’s lawyer said Tuesday that his client had “solved the problem” with the family of the dead woman and her badly injured husband.



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Monsieur RDB,

Me permettez que je mette votre texte ici? Ok Merci...kékéké


Ça crée beaucoup emplois ça, c'est comme la corruption, ça fait un boom dans l'économie...kékéké il faut donc encore plus d'aide de la BM pour les salaires de ces généraux. Combien la BM, le FMI, BASD et autres donnent déj<a chaque année au Srok pour payer ces fonctionnaires?


Robin des bois :

-sur ce lien :

http://www.cambodge-post.com/l%E2%80%99armee-cambodgienne-compte%E2%80%A62300-generaux/

- cet article de Cambodge Post qui date d'Août 2010

L’armée cambodgienne compte…2300 généraux


[En janvier 2009, le gouvernement cambodgien comptait 370 ministres, secrétaires d’État et sous-secrétaires d’État pour une population d’un peu plus de 13 millions d’habitant, sans doute un record en Asie.

Mais l’armée n’a rien à envier au gouvernement puisqu’elle compte désormais 20 généraux d’armée (4 étoiles), une centaine de généraux de corps d’armée (3 étoiles), et plus de 2.200 généraux de division et de brigade confondus. Soit un total de plus de 2.300 généraux.

Sans oublier les généraux cinq étoiles, un grade crée tout spécialement en décembre 2009 à l’attention des trois plus hautes personnalités de l’État : le premier ministre Hun sen, Heng Samrin, président du Sénat et Chea Sim, président de l’Assemblée nationale.]

Pas étonnant dans la tradition d'une Culture ancestrale
- qui honore les "âmes errantes" dont les corps ont disparu sans sépulture
^- mais acceptait fort bien aussi des " soldats fantômes ", insensibles aux balles de l'ennemi et donc indestructibles et éternels, qi ramenaient aussi des "soldes mensuelles sonnantes et trébuchantes" à certains officiers supérieurs ..

CQFD : il faut bien au minimum des généraux pour gérer tout çà !!

Ah les "soldats fantômes " : que la guerre est jolie sous les tropiques !!!


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Defense Minister Tells CNRP Boycotters to Get to Work
By Phorn Bopha, The Cambodia Daily
December 20, 2013

The CNRP should end its three-month boycott of the National Assembly and have greater respect for rules and regulations, Defense Minister Tea Banh said Thursday in his second biting attack on the opposition party in as many weeks.

Speaking to journalists on the sidelines of a workshop on disability in Phnom Penh, General Banh said that the CNRP’s daily protests against Prime Minister Hun Sen’s rule were nothing more than “entertainment.”

“In a few days it is going to be three months since they began boycotting the National Assembly after the election,” said Gen. Banh, who last week told Royal Cambodian Armed Forces soldiers to brush up on Khmer history to avoid falling for the opposition’s destabilizing “propaganda,” which, he claimed, could lead to war.

“I think that people voted for them to work—to meet in the National Assembly with us to work for the nation and the country,” he said.

The CNRP’s 55 lawmakers-elect have refused to take their seats at the Assembly to protest July’s national election, which is believed to have been riddled with irregularities that favored Mr. Hun Sen’s CPP.

“Did people vote for you to protest along the roads?” Gen. Banh said.

“How many of them [voters] want you to do such a thing? They voted for them to work, discuss and solve the country’s problems in the National Assembly,” Gen. Banh said.

“Their ambition is to do the things they want to do, but they have to think,” he said. “Every country has rules and procedures. You can’t just do anything to reach your ambitions. These ambitions might not be fair, or might not have met their right time yet.”

CNRP lawmaker-elect Tioulong Saumura, the wife of CNRP President Sam Rainsy, said that the CNRP has done nothing but listen and respond to voters’ concerns, and that the CPP could benefit from doing the same: listening to the people.

“We are people’s representatives and we have to represent our voters,” she said.

“I consider my main task to be a representative of my constituents. If my constituents say ‘don’t take up the seats until the electoral irregularities have been properly investigated,’ I obey my constituents.”

(Additional reporting by Lauren Crothers)

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Saturday, December 21, 2013
Hun Sen threatened to hire "a third hand" to assassinate the CNRP leaders?Hun Sen said Article 78 of the constitution does not allow the prime minister and the king to dissolve the parliament, so he can't dissolve parliament and he cannot step down:

1. The constitution never allow co-prime ministers and co-ministers in 1993, but after losing the election, Hun Sen refused to step down and forced the constituent assembly to write a constitution stipulating about the co-prime ministers.
2. The constitution never allows a coup d'etat but in 1997 Hun Sen mounted a coup d'eta against the election winner to become the sole prime minister, with a puppet prime minister chosen by him. After the 1998 election, which he cheated to win, he changed the constitution abolishing the co-ministers and "co-prime ministers" to make himself the sole prime minister.
3. The constitution stipulates that Cambodia is a democracy with a pluralistic/multi-party system, but Hun Sen forced the king to inaugurate a single-party parliament after the July 28, 2013 election.


Hun Sen's actions above were/are illegal and unconstitutional, so, this time, dissolving the parliament or stepping down from power won't be illegal or unconstitutional because Hun Sen lost the election and came to power illegally and also the people/voters demanded that he step down.


Hun Sen's last sentence of "beware of a third hand" is a threat that he could hire thugs or organise his hit squads to cause trouble at the protests or assassinate protesters and CNRP leaders, like Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha, and blame it on a "third hand", a third party, but was organised and hired by him or his men.



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Le "Bad daï ti bei" a été discuté dans le topic :

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Phnom Penh police chief Gen. Chhuon Sovan to attend his child's wedding in Australia



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'' Khmer nationalists at Australia welcome Mr. Chhun Sovan who hidden criminal police commissioner is going to visit Australia soon. ''






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Ethnic minority groups in Ratanakkiri province are facing widespread human rights violations, land loss and the exploitation of their natural resources, an indigenous peoples conference was told yesterday.

More than 300 villagers from the province’s Tum Poun, Kreng, Prov, Kavet, Jarai, Kachok and Lun communities hosted the annual conference, which concludes today, in Phnom Penh’s O’chum district.

Romas Saron, an indigenous representative, told the conference that economic discrimination against their communities was due to a lack of legal protection and poor implementation of existing laws.

“Our natural resources and land are grabbed for companies without any discussion; we know it when our land is bulldozed,” she said. “This problem is getting worse and worse.”

Saron criticised the government for failing to register communal land titles while speedily demarcating and titling land for private companies, which has badly affected the identities and traditions of ethnic groups.

“The authorities are very compliant with measuring land, which made us confused, and we chose the private land [titles] rather than the communal land titles,” she said.

Compounding the problems faced by indigenous communities, the authorities do not offer information about plans for hydropower dams, economic land concessions and mining concessions in their ethnic languages, she said.

Morng Vicheth, a member of the Khmer Loeu, a collection of Mon-Khmer highland tribes found mainly in Cambodia’s northeast, said that out of 69 ethnic groups in Ratanakkiri province, only two had been granted communal land titles since 1999.

“The lateness in communal land listing makes the ethnic groups lose sacred graveyards and spirit forests,” he said, adding that he hoped at least two more groups would be given land rights next year.

But ruling party lawmaker Bou Lam, who represented the government at the conference yesterday, denied the allegations.

“What they said is contrary to the real situation,” he said. “If they lost land, on what do they live and work? They live in the sky? There has been no loss,” he said before hanging up the phone.


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At Appeal Court, Ex-Soldiers Deny Violent 2012 Land Grab
By Khy Sovuthy - December 27, 2013


Two disabled former soldiers convicted of razing the homes and grabbing the land of 30 rice farmers in Kampot province last year denied the charges during their hearing at the Appeal Court on Thursday.

Touch Soeuly, 57, and 11 other members of his Cambodian Disabled Rescue Association were convicted by the Kampot Provincial Court last year of violently occupying the 200 hectares in dispute and leveling the homes of 30 families growing rice there, and sentenced them to between two years and five years in jail.
Only six of them appealed the convictions, and only Mr. Soeuly and another member of the association, Van Von, were in court Thursday to defend themselves. Presiding Judge Khun Leang Meng said none of the 30 plaintiffs showed up either, because they did not have lawyers. However, the judge read a prepared statement from the plaintiffs in which they claimed they were injured when the association members allegedly leveled their homes and took their land.

Mr. Soeuly told the court that he and a group of other disabled former soldiers went to live on the land in 2000 when it was inside the borders of Kompong Speu province, and that the provincial government granted them 16,000 hectares in 2006. He said the 200 hectares of the concession now in dispute was later transferred to the provinces of Koh Kong, Preah Sihanouk and, finally, Kampot in 2011.

Mr. Soeuly said another group of families settled on the disputed 200 hectares in 2008 and that he complained to local authorities several times, but denied ever using or threatening violence.

I didn’t order my members to fight the people and I didn’t know anything about this case because I was in Phnom Penh when the case occurred in July 2012,” he said, and also denied owning a gun that police allegedly found in his car.

Court prosecutor Im Sophan said he had reviewed the facts of the case and found no evidence against the two defendants. He also raised suspicions about the fact that the gun was retrieved from Mr. Soeuly’s car three days after his July 2012 arrest, and that Mr. Soeuly was not present during the search of the vehicle.

Mr. Von, the other defendant, also claimed that he was elsewhere when the violent confrontation with the plaintiffs allegedly occurred.

I don’t know about this case because I went to live in Preah Sihanouk province in 2010, so I don’t know why they accused me,” he said.

Judge Leang Meng said he would deliver a verdict in the case on January 8.

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PPP - Fri, 17 January 2014
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A village of 212 hectares in Battambang’s Bavel district has nearly become a ghost town after an alleged land grab by three tycoons has forced hundreds to find work abroad, locals and a rights group said yesterday.


In 2004, Boeung Raing commune’s Boeung 2 village was cleared by 128 families, who cultivated the land there until it became a village in 2006, according Chut Mao, 67, an early settler of the area whose children he said have since illegally immigrated to Thailand out of desperation.


Young villagers began leaving in droves last year after wealthy tycoons Song Thorn, Sorn Bunthoeun and Pen Ke began claiming the area as their own, according to locals.


Chan Soveth, deputy chief for Adhoc’s investigation department, confirmed yesterday that about 50 per cent of the village’s population was pursuing work abroad.


Phorn Pan, 62, a resident whose five children immigrated to Thailand in pursuit of work, also expressed sorrow that only the elderly remain left in the village.


“Before the election [last year], authorities came and promised to find a solution,” he said yesterday. “Instead, we only see court summonses to clarify the violence.”


Commune chief Chhea Ny was unable to outline any solutions yesterday, explaining that meetings were under way between people up the chain of command and NGOs.


Thorn, Bunthoeun and Ke could not be reached for comment yesterday.
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Governor Pledges to Help Evicted Families
By Aun Pheap - January 20, 2014


Phnom Penh governor Pa Socheatvong on Friday visited evicted residents of the Borei Keila community, now living in a slum atop piles of garbage near their former homes, and promised, yet again, to build proper housing for the 150 families who refuse to move from the site of their former homes.

City Hall spokesman Long Dimanche said that although the exact plans still needed to be worked out, the municipality would clean up the garbage-filled area where the 150 families are now living and construct at least 150 4-by-6 meter houses nearby.
The 150 families were evicted from their original homes in 2012 and were not given alternative housing or compensation that they had been promised by the property developer who took their land.

“They are living without sanitation…. We cannot let those people go on living…like today because it will affect their health,” Mr. Dimanche said.

Mr. Dimanche said that City Hall would discuss the evictees with the property developer Pheapimex, which reneged on its promise to build apartment buildings for the evicted families after being granted the Borei Keila land by the government.

Shortly after becoming governor in May 2013, Mr. Socheatvong met with protesting residents of the former Boeng Kak lake community, who also face eviction, and promised to resolve their long-running dispute with Shukaku Inc., a property firm owned by CPP senator Lao Meng Khin, which was also given the residents’ land by the government.

With Mr. Socheatvong having made little progress in resolving the Boeng Kak dispute, Borei Keila resident Pich Limkhoun said Sunday he was concerned that the governor would fail to fulfill his promise to the Borei Keila families as well.

“We hope that the governor would not lie to us,” Mr. Limkhoun said.

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Que pensez-vous, ces bandits cherchent-ils une solution pour la crise, ou gèrent-ils la crise pour la crise? Sont pas assez intelligents pour trouver une solution, mais ils sont rusés pour gérer une crise avec...des AK-47 et....

Union Leader Grabbed Off Street After Peaceful Protest
By Aun Pheap and Zsombor Peter - January 20, 2014


Riot police and security guards arrested a union leader for organizing a small rally on Phnom Penh’s busy riverside Sunday afternoon to demand the release of a fellow union leader beaten and arrested by police at a protest earlier this month.

The arrest of Sok Chhun Oeung, vice president of the Independent Democracy of Informal Economy Association (IDEA), brings to 24 the number of protesters detained by authorities in Phnom Penh since IDEA president Vorn Pao and nine others were beaten and arrested on January 2 by paratroopers. Another 13 people were arrested the next day, when police also shot dead five garment workers protesting for higher wages.

Union leader Sok Chhun Oeung, right, is dragged away Sunday by riot police and district security guards during a small gathering on the Phnom Penh riverside to call for the release of detained fellow union leader Vorn Pao, who was among 23 people beaten and detained by military police and paratroopers during garment strike protests earlier this month. (Siv Channa)
The Phnom Penh riot police arrived to arrest Mr. Chhun Oeung after the small, peaceful rally had ended, grabbing him and pulling him onto a waiting police truck that quickly drove off, but just as quickly got stuck in traffic on Sisowath Quay, before turning down a closed off road in front of the Royal Palace.

Phnom Penh municipal spokesman Long Dimanche said Mr. Chhun Oeung was arrested for holding the rally without the government’s permission and was being held at the headquarters of the municipal police.

“He was arrested because they gathered without asking for permission,” he said, referring additional questions to the municipal police.

The Interior Ministry imposed an indefinite ban on public gatherings on January 4 but has enforced it selectively.

Long Vuthy, an advocacy officer for IDEA who joined Sunday’s rally, condemned Mr. Chhun Oeung’s arrest.

“The arrest is to intimidate other people and stop them from protesting, and I think Sok Chhun Oeung’s arrest is an injustice,” he said.

Mr. Chhun Oeung had planned to gather some 150 protesters in front of Wat Ounalom, but changed his mind after seeing that dozens of Daun Penh district security guards, armed with batons and wearing motorcycle helmets, who were gathered there in anticipation of the rally, and had already started harassing journalists who had arrived to observe the events.

Mr. Chhun Oeung then changed the location of the rally to a small riverside shrine in front of the Royal Palace, where the security guards soon arrived and started pushing protesters and anyone else who stood in their way on the riverside, occasionally brandishing their batons.

The protesters, who never seemed to number much more than a dozen, sang a few songs including the national anthem and shouted for the release of the 23 detainees before breaking up. It was a few minutes later that the riot police arrived and dragged Mr. Chhun Oeung to a waiting pickup truck.

Naly Pilorge, director of rights group Licadho, who joined the rally herself, said Sunday’s arrest was “yet another example of the government’s complete intolerance of any peaceful gathering despite assurances to the international community and Cambodian public that this country is democratic and lawful.”

She said lawyers and fellow IDEA members had gone to the police headquarters to see Mr. Chhun Oeung but were denied access.

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Khouth Sophak Chakrya, The Phnom Penh Post
Thu, 30 January 2014

Video footage of Daun Penh district deputy governor Sok Penh Vuth bashing a defenceless man with a bullhorn on Monday has sparked outrage and demands for his ouster, but his boss told the Post yesterday that people shouldn’t be too hasty to judge, suggesting the footage may have been digitally altered.

A video that has gone viral on Facebook shows Penh Vuth accusing Sok Ny, a 35-year-old motodop sitting on his motorbike, of involvement in a protest outside the Ministry of Information, before bashing him over the head with his bullhorn, then watching as the yielding Ny is beaten viciously with a baton by two district security guards.



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Un gouverneur qui se trompe de patrimoine.



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C'est un autre bandit; Major General Mom Sophors. Il tire sur son conducteur parce que ce dernier lui réclame son dû. Je crois que l'employé a fait l'erreur de demander 160$ avec des congés fériés. Il était où cet employé? Il ne savait pas que les bandits tuent pour 160$?




Violent argument: Bodyguard ‘shoots his own driver’




Thu, 24 July 2014







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Police are searching for a member of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s bodyguard unit who is accused of shooting an employee of his company after an argument, a senior police official said.

The official, who requested anonymity because he is not authorised to speak with the media, said that on July 20, Major General Mom Sophors, a military officer working with the bodyguard unit, became angry with Sun Rattana, 27, a driver for his company MSP Transport in Por Sen Chey district, over an argument involving Rattana’s back wages. So he shot him in the right thigh.

“He fired two bullets into the ground near his legs, but unluckily a bullet hit the victim’s right thigh, seriously injuring him,” he said.

He added that after the shooting, Sophors escaped, and staff helped the victim get to Calmette Hospital for treatment. Two days later, he filed a complaint with police.

Sophors could not be reached for comment yesterday.


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Gov’t threatens to sue foreign activist

Sat, 4 October 2014

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The Ministry of Mines and Energy has accused a foreign environmental activist of defamation and is threatening to sue after he questioned how they could afford luxury cars on government salaries.

In a statement released on Thursday, the ministry says that Alejandro Gonzalez-Davidson of activist group Mother Nature Cambodia, which has pushed for the Stung Cheay Areng dam to be scrapped, accused ministry officials and Chinese dam builder Sinohydro of corruption.

“All accusations must be based on the law, which means that if there are documents, witnesses and real evidence, please file a complaint with the Anti-Corruption Unit to take legal action,” the statement says.

But the ministry also references a much-maligned article of the anti-corruption law that allows for corruption complainants to be prosecuted for defamation if their complaints “lead to useless inquiries”.

“The exaggerations and completely wrong accusations made by Alejandro Gonzales-Davidson are not based on his independence as the director of a non-governmental organisation and is misinformation to fool the public through unprofessional media that has affected individuals’ reputations and the state and could have legal [consequences].”

In a Radio Free Asia interview on Tuesday, Gonzales-Davidson addressed government claims that Mother Nature had paid off dam protesters by explaining that his activists were not paid at all: “Our policy is that we have no salary for our staff. It’s not like officials at the Ministry of Mines and Energy who get a salary of less than $400 but when I went to drink coffee near the ministry I saw their cars worth $200,000 or $300,000. Can we ask where they get the money to buy those cars?”

He also claimed that government officials were “colluding” with Sinohydro.

Yesterday, Gonzalez-Davidson said that he had merely “raised a question” and had not actually said that officials were committing corruption.

“Defamation charges they think will have an effect of scaring people … but it would basically backfire on them because it would make the Areng issue even higher up in terms of international attention and many more thousands of Cambodian activists would be happy to replace me and get involved,” he said.


http://www.phnompenhpost.com/post-weekend/gov%E2%80%99t-threatens-sue-foreign-activist

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Les récompenses de la fonction publique



C'est dans PPP. Accompagné de belles photos, l'article parle de Pen Siman, un ex-directeur de la douane, il a un palais de 18 millions dollars à Phnom Penh sur un terrains de 6 500 mm. Chea Sophara, minsitre du développement rural, a 11 hectare, et ses propriétés sur cet terrain valent 45 millions dollars. Cham Prasidh, ministre de l'industrie, possède quant à lui...lisez par vous même





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The lavish home of recently retired customs director Pen Siman is being constructed on a 6,500 square metre plot of premium real estate that sits behind the Senate in central Phnom Penh. On an $18 million chunk of prime Phnom Penh real estate, a retired customs director is building a palatial mansion. It seems public service has been good to him. And he’s far from the only one.


Chea Sophara, the minister of rural development and a former governor of Phnom Penh, owns an 11-hectare estate, which boasts private golf holes, Angkorian-style walls around its perimeter and no less than six luxury villas of differing styles. The land alone is worth an estimated $45 million, He also has other valuable properties in the capital, including on Sihanouk Boulevard. PPha Lina

Cham Prasidh, the current minister of industry and handicrafts, and the former commerce minister, has a landscaped and palm-tree fringed 10-hectare estate with a large moat worth at least $15 million. His family is believed to own an extensive portfolio of roperties.


The rewards of public service in Cambodia

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/rewards-public-service-cambodia




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Une belle photo de famille dans PPP.


Citation de la mafia khmer:

'' Cambodia's National Police chief Neth Savoeun has told foreign embassies that it won’t tolerate “foreign mafia” in the Kingdom, in what appears to be a thinly veiled message to Russia concerning recent conflict between Russian nationals in Sihanoukville. ''



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Hun Sen Calls Rainsy a Liar Over Still-Jailed Activists


“[Mr. Rainsy] is very smart about telling lies, so how can he lead the country?” Mr. Hun Sen said. “Upon your arrival, you said you could free them by August. But now it’s September and you have been unable to free them. What else do you wish to lie about?”

Reviving another recent jibe, Mr. Hun Sen also called Mr. Rainsy the “leader of the thieves” again Wednesday. The prime minister first used the insult last month after Mr. Rainsy said the opposition would stop “poking” the government on its politically fraught work demarcating Cambodia’s border with Vietnam.


https://www.cambodiadaily.com/news/hun-sen-calls-rainsy-a-liar-over-still-jailed-activists-93249/


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