All Comments for Election List May Widen Divide in Hun Sen's Party

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Anonymous Reader :

For my point of view, I think that the election on July 28/2013 is the test for voters regarding Hun Sen's images of truth, patriot, loving the country and people. While most voters have seen, heard a lot of suffering cambodian people crying for help and they still vote for CPP party, it means that they are selfish and someday they will suffer and get the same experiences as those people. And many bad things would happen to Cambodia and people if Hun Sen won this election.

Feb 25, 2013 05:27 PM

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Khmer Together :

We knew it very clear that this current government in Cambodia could only bring catastrophe to the whole country. We knew that this current government is corrupt and full of "nepostism". We knew that this
current government so_called CPP has not been serving the Khmer People instead it
served the Vietnamese's gov meticulously.
Therefore I implore the world to pay attention to the Khmer people whilst they
are wailing in agony. Please don't let people suffer endlessly
Thank you so much for your help

Feb 25, 2013 07:21 AM

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Kunkhmer from Phnom Penh :

This is a network of Dictator, Hunsen a slave of Hanoi regime, to groom and let his children to continue his cruel legacy in Cambodia. In Cambodia, we have a maxim stated that Don't trust one-eyed man and that became true for Cambodians now, Hunsen and his henchmen are the most corrupt and liar in the world. Hopefully, the thunderstorm or cobras will punish these Country's sellers soon. After Angkor, Cambodia plunged into a failed state, the turbulent system of rule, even Sihanouk's time, not different till now Hunsen has successfully sown the seed of nepotism in every sectors of country. ...


Feb 24, 2013 05:40 PM

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phetsakhat sorphainam from vientiane :

I believe that the PM. hun sen still owns the vietnamese government during kmer roug overthrow othwise he wouldn't give the to them as promisses.

Feb 25, 2013 01:33 PM

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