[ Mission Impossible XXX ? ] Not!It called the training of dog care at the capital's Freedom Park of the banana kingdom ;)
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English.news.cn 2013-10-21 10:49:44
PHNOM PENH, Oct. 21 (Xinhua) -- The Phnom Penh Municipal Police of Cambodia conducted a special training at the capital's Freedom Park on Monday after the opposition set to stage a three-day mass protest from Wednesday against the results of the July's election that handed victory to Prime Minister Hun Sen's ruling party.
About 2,000 policemen, armed with shields and batons, joined the half-day training, said Gen. Chuon Narin, deputy chief of the Phnom Penh Municipal Police.
The training aimed to strengthen security forces'abilities in maintaining security, safety and public order for the city.
The training came after the opposition Cambodian National Rescue Party (CNRP) announced last week a three-day mass demonstration from Oct. 23 with 20,000 to 50,000 participants at the capital's Freedom Park. About 20,000 people will march to the United Nations office and several foreign embassies in Phnom Penh to submit a petition.
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He said on Oct. 23, the first day of the protest, which will coincide with the anniversary of the signing of the 1991 Paris Peace Accord, protestors will march to the U.N. office to submit a petition. On Oct. 24 and 25, they will march to the embassies of France, Japan, the United States, China, Indonesia, the United Kingdom and Australia.
Phnom Penh Municipality spokesman Long Dimanche said last week that the City Hall could allow only a maximum of 10,000 protestors -- the maximum capacity of the Freedom Park -- and marching would not be allowed.
The country held a general election on July 28. The official results showed that the ruling party of Prime Minister Hun Sen won victory, but the opposition CNRP refused to accept the results, claiming serious irregularities during the poll.
On Sept. 24, the Cambodian parliament, formed by the ruling party's 68 lawmakers, voted for the formation of a new government under the leadership of Prime Minister Hun Sen even though the opposition's 55 lawmakers-elect boycotted the session.
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CNRP's leader Sam Rainsy has announced that his party did not recognize Prime Minister Hun Sen-led government, claiming that it was a violation of the constitution.
However, Hun Sen defended that his government was "legitimate" since the nation's King Norodom Sihamoni had already given endorsement.
Editor: Yang Yi