All Comments for Cambodia’s Election Reform Chief Appeals to U.S. to Tie Aid to Reforms

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Khmer Angkor from Phnom Penh :

Monkey, I believe you ask talking? easy to said, but you all way talk but no action how you to help khmer people, just do it and don't another person. CNRP now is make a progress, you can't change poor country like Cambodia over night that's how you feel. That not how it work brother.

Nov 11, 2014 08:42 AM

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cambodian from monkey :

14+ millions of Cambodians, 38 years later, LOTS of noises from CNRP to change this corrupt, communist system. So far, only Koul Panha is doing his job toward an equitable democracy for Cambodians!

It is extremely sad, but it is hopeless and futile to change when, even, the virtuous, righteous Sam Rainsy and Khem Sokha are corruptible by CPP's money as does 99% of all Cambodians...

The DELIBERATE CPP/HANOI governance IS to keep Cambodians uneducated, superstitiously fearful and poor in order to exploit the land and the people.

Wake up brave Cambodians!
Being indebted, religiously broke and uneducated spell your own demise and ultimate submission to foreigners exploitation of land resources and human abuses.
Wake up brave Cambodians!

Nov 09, 2014 11:28 PM

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Dandelion from Long Beach :

Yes, elections in Cambodia must be totally reformed from the bottom up. The ones in 2013 were so totally corrupt on so many levels. There was so much fraud and so many irregularities one might as well stay home that day. There was really no point in voting when everyone knew Hun Sen and his cronies would win. That was a reason why so many people took to the streets to protest for clean elections even when they were shot or beaten up by the cops (government puppets trained to brutalize fellow Khmer). NO, we do NOT need Hun Sen in office again for all the suffering and pain he has brought to Khmer people!!! Clean and fair elections NOW!!!


Nov 06, 2014 10:24 PM

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