All Comments for Cambodia Opposition Leaders Slam Summons as ‘Politically Motivated’

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Anonymous Reader :

the judiciary of Khmer is not free and fair, all decision come down the corruption government order, evidence or truth can be twisted, paint different color to suit this brutal regime. not justice and fairness or right or wrong it all about what government order.

Jan 22, 2014 09:24 PM

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Anonymous Reader :

try to check and balance power with corruption regime is very impossible, but try to play right card in the right moment will in our favor.

Jan 16, 2014 02:21 AM

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Anonymous Reader from USA :

Folks-Don't mean to provoke violence but (in the near future any time soon) the people need to circle all the illegal gov departments even the their members of kangourou court-TV station and hang the kbotCheat Hun Sen's corrupted clans and circile his residency-Just do like the Thai-protesters now-Go in march-inch by inch.

Jan 15, 2014 11:03 AM

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Anonymous Reader :

Good idea. The Khmer are brave but not as brave as the Thais thou.

Jan 16, 2014 10:55 AM

Anonymous Reader :

What Hun Sen is terrified more than anything is Oppositions uniting under ONE strong unit. This is why he crackdown on garment workers labor strike.

This is actually what Sam Rainsy has been doing. Slowly and maturely getting people to come together. And That crackdown that killed 4 people is only slowing down a bit, but it also makes people determine to come together and supporting the opposition even more.

Jan 15, 2014 10:21 AM

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Anonymous Reader :

Everything back to normal temporarily. But the underline tension is stay there. This is not the end of labor strike. They will come back and demanding that raise $160 living wage.

Jan 15, 2014 09:21 AM

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peterdavid from Phnom Penh :

Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha should enter parliament and take up the 58 seats and continue his campaign there it makes powerful sense to me,rather than risk being thrown in Jail,and causing havoc with these protests,for the Tourism industry,and very bad propaganda for Cambodia,and making the overseas audience think that this is a bad country ruled by a Dictatorship,and its highly unsafe,with Cambodia's past history of Pol Pot still fresh in peoples minds due to the Khmer Rouge trials taking place in Phnom Penh.Think 1 dictator has been replaced by another,this is not true! Hun Sen is a very good strong leader himself.But The CPP may well be corrupt with Electrol fraud but the people that wish to visit here should be informed that this political unrest and protests do not affect the tourists,except in traffic holdups.There are no problems like Bangkok here in Phnom Penh

Jan 15, 2014 02:32 AM

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Anonymous Reader :

That would give legitimate to this illegitmate government. This is exactly what Hun Sen wanted. I think it would be a big mistake because CNRP doesn't number to do anything in there. The CPP could do anything they wanted by pointing to their twisted internal rule and regulation. Stay out of it, do exactly what he's been doing.

Jan 16, 2014 10:53 AM

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