Friday, January 23, 2009

Mr. Chau Sen Cocsal Chhum passed away

Mr. Chau Sen Cocsal Chhum (1905-2009)
He was a former prime minister of Cambodia (1962)
and former President of the National Assembly,
he was born in Kampuchea Krom.

Respected Bhantes, Compatriots and Press,

Mrs. Chau Sen Cocsal and her family wish to inform friends and relatives that Samdech Chau Sen Cocsal Chhum, High Privy Councilor of His Majesty The King, former Member of the Constitutional Council, and former President of the National Assembly, decorated Commander of the French Legion d'Honneur, has passed away on Thursday January 22, 2009 at 6:45 AM, at his house located at No. 18A Street 604, Boeung Kok 2 commune, Tuol Kork district, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia.

Religious ceremonies will be performed from Friday January 23 to Sunday January 25, 2009.

The funeral procession will leave the house on Monday January 26, 2009 at 7h30.

For further information, please contact this telephone number 012 97 91 92 or 011 20 22 22.

Khmer Kampuchea Krom Commununity Press Office


Anonymous said...

22 January is Fifth anniversary that Mr.Chea Vichea, Former President of FTUWKC,
Gunnded down on 22nd January 2004, by ah Hun Sen(ah criminal against humanity in Cambodia) :

សំដាចម៍ ហ៊ុន សែនជា អាមេឧក្រឹដ្ឋជន ប្រឆាំងមនុស្សជាតិ នៅប្រទេសខ្មែរ មានបាតដៃប្រលាក់ឈាមខ្មែរ រាប់មិនអស់។ អាហ៊ុន សែន ត្រូវតែទទួលទោស រន្ទះបាញ់ ដោយសារបទឧក្រឹដ្ឋកម្ម ប្រឆាំងមនុស្សជាតិ និង បទក្បត់ជាតិ កាត់ដីប្រទេសខ្មែរ អោយទៅប្រទេសយួន !

មើលផងដែរ ៖

Anonymous said...

Burn in hell, traitor!

Anonymous said...

What does Som Archsy and Kem Soakpee-kroy have in common? Use the poor guy Chea Vichea for their political stunt.

If Som Archsy and Kem Soakpee-kroy really want to find the murderer that killed Chea Vichea, they would do everything possible like hire private detector or try their best to look for this invidual merderer. These two scums just use this to publicise for their political gain. Go figure!

11:31 PM

Anonymous said...

My deep respect to a Great man, Mr Chau Sen Cocsal. I think he is a centenarian; More than 100 year?

Anonymous said...

wow, he lived a long time, 104, over a century old. incredible. i'd like to live that long as well. what was his secret to longivity? can someone interview his family to find out, please. thanks for his services to the country; what a statesman he was. may he rest in peace.

Anonymous said...

ah hun sen killer of chea vichea will not last that long. he will eat his own poo before 80.

ah lo lop above, it was teh job of the governmetn to find the killer, not the oppostion. see, you are lop uneducated like your fucking stupid master, the yuon dog. didn't you ask heng pov, another pal of yours ?

Anonymous said...

It is said that, Chau Sen Cocsal Chhum is a brother of Monineath Sihanouk.

Is it real?

I would like to thank for who can tell me the truth.

Anonymous said...

No, he was not related to Princess Monineath. Chau Sen Kosal was a Khmer Krom. His brother was also a senior minister in the old days and died a few years back in France. His name was Mr Kun Wick.

Anonymous said...

My deep respect to a Great Samdech Chau Sen Kosal. That is what Khmerkrom peoples calling him. He was born in Kramoun Sor Kampuchea Krom. I been to his house and talked to him about 4 years ago alittle bit before his 100th birthday. His wife told me that, He drink two glass of wine everyday and do a little walk around their house or Garden after he reached the age of 90s. I hope his spirit can help our Khmer nation turn around. Khmer-Funam

Anonymous said...

Good to see another evil is on his way to hell to face justice against Khmer people.

Thank you, Buddha!

Anonymous said...

Chau sen kosal is a nice and helpful Khmer man when he was serving in minister post. I never met him but I heard my parent said that he was a simple educated man and nationalism.
Thank you for your good contributions to our country and may your soul rest in peace in heaven.
We all in this and next generation will remember all you had done to Cambodia.

Anonymous said...

To clarify a few points:
1. He is not related to the Royal family;
2. He was a Khmer Krom;
3. He fought the Japanese (WWWII), then the French (Independence);
4. The communist Vietnamese jailed him for three years;
5. He never killed anybody nor stole a penny;
6. Lok Khun Vick was his younger brother;
7. He was the last surviving of the Sangkom Samdech (Chhum, Thioulong, Sonn Sann);
8. He drank red wine everyday? (I think);
9. Cambodians do not know him (or their country's history).They don't want to know or use their heads to think. How many copies has David Chandler's History of Cambodia translated by CKS into Khmer sold? 10? 100? Probably 5 copies. We're just too dumb to survive.