Sunday, October 27, 2013

Cambodian Opposition Rally's Last Day Draws 20,000


Supporters of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) attend a protest march along a street to the foreign embassies in central Phnom Penh, Oct. 25, 2013. [VOA]


‘How is Ou Virak going to build Cambodian democracy from within Cambodia with Mr. Hun Sen controlling all the security forces and refusing to abide by the rule of laws?

If that were possible with Hun Sen, Cambodia would not have needed Paris Peace Accord and UNTAC to be able to hold the first democratic election in Cambodia in 1993!’

Pissed Off


‘We need to stop getting input from people like Ou Virak. Boycott him as his input does damage to Khmer reputation and movement. He sounds more and more like AH PHAY SEE PHORM!’

Anonymous



About 20,000 Cambodian opposition supporters on Friday wrapped up a three-day demonstration to petition foreign embassies and the U.N. for intervention in what they claim was a rigged election.

While the international community is very unlikely to intervene in Cambodia's domestic affairs, the rallies served to highlight the opposition's demand for an independent probe into the July 28 poll, which it says returned Prime Minister Hun Sen to power illegitimately.

Throngs of cheering demonstrators marched through the capital this week as they delivered petitions to the French, British, U.S., Australian, Russian, Japanese, Indonesian and Chinese embassies and to the U.N. human rights office. The rallies ended peacefully.

Official election results extended Hun Sen's 28-year rule and gave his party 68 seats in parliament, compared to 55 for the opposition Cambodian National Rescue Party. The party says it was cheated out of a victory and that it will boycott parliament until the government has met its demands.

According to the petition — which the opposition says was thumb printed by 2 million people — the Cambodian government's failure to investigate election irregularities and its inauguration of the National Assembly without the opposition "take Cambodia back to a one-party system of governance."

The three-day demonstration coincides with the 22nd anniversary of the 1991 Paris Peace Accords on Cambodia, which laid the groundwork for U.N.-sponsored elections after the brutal rule of the Khmer Rouge and years of civil war that followed. The countries that received opposition petitions were all signatories to the 1991 Accords.

The government denies election fraud, and has rejected opposition demands for an independent investigation. It maintains that its inauguration of a new parliament in September was legitimate and has filled parliamentary commissions with ruling party members.

Ou Virak, president of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights, said that intervention from abroad was "not going to happen." Moreover, he said, seeking outside help was counterproductive to building democracy from within Cambodia.

"By going abroad, you're actually re-confirming this attitude of we need to depend on the U.N. jumping out of the sky, out of a plane or whatever, to rescue us," he said.

The Australian embassy said in a statement Friday that it had received the petition and that its ambassador, Alison Burrows, "urged both parties to continue their dialogue including on electoral reform."

52 comments:

Anonymous said...

WHO IS OU VIRAK? YOU ARE UNDER ESTIMATE! KHMER PEOPLE KNOWN WHO YOU ARE, CPP ON YOUR SIDE REMEMBER CPP'S KHMER ROUGE VIETCONG,IN DEED.

Anonymous said...

HUN DYNASTY 3000!!!

Vietnamese Coffee Shop in Cambodia
by Freedom
July 18, 2009

Nowadays there are many Vietnamese Coffee Shops in Cambodia when Cambodian people seem never drink it before. During the Vietnamese immigrants move to live in Cambodia, it seems Cambodian people are going to be lack job, lose job and have no more chance like before.

When you drive around the Toul Tompong, Kirirom, Olympec and other places in Phnom Penh location, you will see more and more the Vietnamese Coffee Shops with many Vietnamese immigrations.

Vietnamese young girl with her short skirt which is attracted Cambodian people including the students who never like drinking Coffee before here.

A young girl is from South Vietnam. She can not speak Cambodian language including counting Cambodian money, but she could live and run a shop to attract many Cambodian people to drink everyday.
A Vietnamese young girl whom run the Coffee Shop near Human Resources University said, "I do not know how many people come perday, but i have income 500 000 Riel/day."

You could see, she just runs a small Coffee Shop, but she and her family could earn more money. In accordance her incoming, 500 000 Riel is equal around 120$. It is just aday. So how she can earn per month, and year?

I have presented in this Vietnamese Coffee Shop one hour. I see the most of coffee drinking are Cambodian people whom are attracted by her short skirt and white skin.

It is so hard when Vietnamese Coffee Shops increasing from day to day, and Cambodian people still have no job, but they must spend time for coffee drinking and to see Vietnamese young girls.

Anonymous said...

Ou Virak needs to step down from whatever position he is in. How can a human right advocate undermine the Cambodian people will? How can Ou Virak so certain about the international communities intervention? Is he God or he is just a human being like the rest of us? If he is a human right advocate, he should be advocating on human rights violation in Cambodia and try to do something about it. He should not even had opinionated on CNRP stance to find justice for their supporters. What a dog this Ou Virak is..!!

Anonymous said...

How is Ou Virak going to build Cambodian democracy from within Cambodia with Mr. Hun Sen controlling all the security forces and refusing to abide by the rule of laws?

If that were possible with Hun Sen, Cambodia would not have needed Paris Peace Accord and UNTAC to be able to hold the first democratic election in Cambodia in 1993!

Pissed Off

Anonymous said...

To 8:36 AM

Hey man! Why are you so selective in your memory? In Cambodia there are Chinese too not just the Vietnamese and what is so special about the Vietnamese? What you are saying is pure bullshit because there are million and million of illegal Vietnamese immigrant in Cambodia and the Vietnamese Coffee Shops certainly don't need Cambodian customers to make a decent money. The Vietnamese are notoriously for doing business only with their own kind and if there is any Vietnamese business and the Vietnamese community is not far from their place of business.

I tell you what if I want to look at a beautiful women and I would turn to pornography which is cheaper and more clean than the Vietnamese women that you are talking about! Here a cup of coffee to you!ahahhahah

Jendhamuni said...


Dear School of Vice,

I am anxious to dig down into the background of this man Ou Virak. Is he doing business as usual like CPP clowns too?

Your Curious Fan ever!

Jendhamuni said...


Dear Dear School of Vice,

Your fan again. After reading this story twice, I think you are too humble, not to slam Mr. Ou Virak. You need to be a little more aggressive, especially on KI. I'm not asking you to use any weapon, just words ;)

Please don't ban me from your post.

Anonymous said...

We need to stop getting input from people like Ou Virak. Boycott him as his input put damage to Khmer reputation and movement. He sound more and more like AH PHAY SEE PHORM!

Anonymous said...



La manifestation bizarre de CNRP
The strange demonstration of CNRP

អ្នកមិងនឹងកូនបីនាក់បានធ្វើដំណើរពីកំពង់ចាមដល់ភ្នំពេញដោយថ្មើរជើង រយៈពេល២៣ថ្ងៃ‌ ដើម្បីចូលរួមបាតុកម្ម ៣ថ្ងៃ ។គឺអ្នកមិងនឹងកូនបីនាក់បានប្រើពេល៤៩ថ្ងៃ
គឺ៧ អាទិ ត្យ ដើម្បីចូលរួមបាតុកម្ម ៣ថ្ងៃ ។

ចំណែកឯ គណបក្សសង្រ្គោះជាតិ ធ្វើបាតុកម្មចំឡែក (bizarre-strange )
ធ្វើបាតុកម្ម១ថ្ងៃ ឈប់សម្រាក២ អាទិ ត្យ ។


ក្នុងលោកមាន បាតុកម្ម១ថ្ងៃ ឈប់សំរាក ២ អាទិ ត្យ ឫទេ ?

តើ គណបក្សសង្រ្គោះជាតិ បានសួរខ្លួនឯងឫទេ ?ទង្វើនេះអាចស្មើឆន្ទះ រាស្រ្ដដែល ចង់ បានយុត្តិធម៌ពិតប្រាកដ ទោះចំណាយពេលវេលាទាំងកម្លាំងចិត្តនឹងកម្លាំងកាយយ៉ាងណាក៏ដោយ ដូចករណីអ្នកមិងនឹងកូនបីនាក់។

អមតះ

School of Vice said...


Dear Jendha,

Hope you enjoyed your trip to NY, and thanks for the video clips of the protest there.

Your suggestions and thoughts on this matter are perfectly legitimate.

On the whole, I try not to comment on individuals' statements and or their personal concerns unless their actions are unduly damaging to the cause of justice and democracy in Cambodia.

Occasionally, I would write a piece on 'spin doctors', a NGO chief, or pro-CPP youth etc., not so as to give them undeserved public importance or attention as some readers might surmise [morally, and on a personal level they are the kind of people I would not invite home for dinner!, whilst I'm sure their feelings about me is mutual!], but rather because I feel their public statements and or actions as well as their motives deserve to be decoded to the wider public and interested observers.

That, at least seems to be part of my unenviable burden and task as "School of Vice"! Once we grasp and discern men's true motives and thinking it makes things much easier for us who stand alongside the oppressed to effectively and positively facilitate their cause.

I agree with the two quotes posted above on the main page, and if I have not taken every opportunity to rebut or comment on every disagreeable thing said, I should hope that this is taken as a gesture of restraint or forbearance on my part rather than lack of alertness or vigilance in defense of public interest. I have not for example said a word on Mr Lao Mong Hay’s recent controversial statement concerning the status of Koh Tral. I think in his case, it’s more of a misjudgement rather than anything else of malicious nature. Educated people are also prone to making intellectual errors too, just as honest mistakes committed by honest, but naive leaders and politicians can have far-reaching and negative consequences on millions of innocent lives. That is one critical reason for wanting to see institutional pluralism taking roots and flourishing in Cambodia.

Finally, I should hope that reporters and journalists - particularly, those working for foreign media outlets - seek out wisely alternative opinions that are balanced and ethical in their comments and observations of public affairs when they are preparing a media report. However, if these journalists and reporters continuously resort to the same unethical sources for their stories, then we will have to assume that they are either ill judged or ill advised at best, or at worst, ill bred themselves.


And that is that!

PS: Weekends are not made for long lectures, eh?

Anonymous said...

Mr. Ou Virak, how you can fight with the ruling party, which control everything. Need outside help is one of the best way to keep pressure on the government. You should learn about politic more. If you are really on the human right side and the civil organizations, you should understand how is the situation in Cambodia. Come on, use your common sense....

Anonymous said...

WE DO NOT NEED TO TALK ABOUT THE FUCKIN' ELECTORAL REFORM; WHAT WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT IS THE ELECTION FRAUD AND PERIOD.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Ou Virak is the man who work for CPP aliby. Stop to listen this man.

Anonymous said...

to 9:16 PM,
YES YES YES.

Anonymous said...

Ou Virak's job is to promote human right for all Cambodians, but he acts as a political analyst for the Hun Sen government.
I am going to request my US senator and my congressman to evaluate his role as Director of CCHR.

Anonymous said...

to understand what's going on in cambodia, one has to observe and study all, why people what people do. there's reason behind every action. people who want changes usually are victims of some kind.

for me, i'm more willing to hear what ou virak has to say because he's observing and studying the situation in cambodia and using his head. anyway, i read a little about the so-called paris peace accord for cambodia. the accord itself was more for foreign power to leave cambodia be and let cambodia decide for itself. for the cnrp to use the that accord now is kind of irrelevant because the election is an internal affairs, not some kind of foreign making. singnatories of the accord will not get involved with cambodia election. they may suggest some ways to work it out, but they will not come in and take over like during the untac era because cambodia pass that stage already. what i see is the cnrp tries hard to get the signatory countries to help them and recognize their so-called election victory. the cnrp did not win decisively, they won a lot, but not enough to make them the real winner. the real winner in this election is the cpp, they won the narrow majority. cnrp has to wait for next election. i think the so-called irregularites won't make much a difference for the outcome of this election. it might improve the way people do their jobs in the next election, though. of course, the cpp side had to think twice, too about their wishful thinking to run cambodia until hun sen is 90 or whatever. what's going now is probably make that dream of theirs not a reality, especially with so many discontent. but the cnrp should count only on people's discontent. cnrp leadership should look further past their constituents' discontent toward the sake of the nation. democracy will happen in cambodia. but it require patient and a little more time for people to get adjusted to changes.

here's my suggestion: if the signatory countries really want to help cambodia, they should keep on encouraging dialogue, dialogue and more dialogue, that's all they can do. it is up the those khmer leadership to get along and work thing out among themself. the cnrp's hope for the paris peace accord's signatory countries to get involved again is very irrelevant with the election in cambodia. about the dialogue, the leaders must be willing to work things out together, if not, they will continue to have issues. from there, maybe, that tells them, cambodia is lack of proper channel to mediate such election discontent. perhaps from this, cambodia ought to look into creating a gov't panel to help mediate election discontent, if they don't already have one.

Anonymous said...

the cnrp supporters should stop using blame as their trait mark. that can cause conflict of interest and very unethical. where is the code of conduct in all of this?

Jendhamuni said...


Dear School of Vice,

This is more like you! And you should be like that most of the time. It's okay to be humble, but aggressive in words [ sweet, but bitter and salty at the same time ].

I don't attack anyone personally, but if his/her behavior will hurt or harm community as a whole, I will. Prevention is always better. I love justice, and love to bring justice to the world.

I could care less if Mr. Ou Virak is working somewhere else, but this person happens to be in Human Rights field, therefore, digging out about his strange reactions/behaviors is a must so less Khmers will become this man victims. Human Rights Activist is so not him.

PS: The trip was wonderful although I was a little tired. Finally I got a little sleep. I still have many videos to edit right now, many audiences are waiting anxiously to see the video. The ones I posted on KI are just raw clips on I shot on my phone only. Hopefully I will finish editing the whole thing before Sunday.

I saw you are working hard on KI. And love your song selection very much! I'm still your biggest fan! So live with it!

~Jendhamuni

Anonymous said...

A SUGGESTION TO QUIET OU VIRAK:

THE OTHER CIVIL ORGANISATION GROUPS OR THE CNRP AS A MATTER OF FACT SHOULD ASK THE U.S.A GOVERNMENT TO STOP THE FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO HIS ORGANIZATION AND THE
THE RFA SHOULD ALSO STOP INTERWIEVING THIS GUY SO HE COULDN'T USE RFA TO LAUNCH HIS SUPPORT THE ILLEGITIMATE GORVERNMENT. I BELIEVE HE IS GETTING EMBOLDEN BY THE FINANCIAL AID FROM THE USA. PULL THE RUG OUT UNDER HIS FEET.

Anonymous said...

Ou virak is a big dog who bark to help Hun sen for cash,He has a lot of big village cost million dollars in cambodia that earning from barking time for cpp.

Anonymous said...


Time is not on the CNRP's side.

There is no time to wait for the answer from Hun Sen. It would be a NO from Hun Sen (no independent committee) with this kind of demonstration.

The CNRP must understand that if the CPP were able to drag this process longer and longer, the CNRP would become weaker and weaker. Time will automatically kill the CNRP.

The CNRP needs to escalate its efforts and adjust its tactic of the demonstration.

Khmer people have empowered the CNRP to the top and it is the CNRP's obligation to bring the loser CPP down.

Bun Thoeun

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Anonymous said...

11:08 PM,

You are so right!

Anonymous said...

maybe, it's just a job to keep the economy running!cambodia needs it, too!

Anonymous said...

HUN XEN is a cruel man and like doing a brutal way. He has killed so many Funcinpec members in 1997 by trowing them to the Pound let the Crocodile eat them, HUN XEN cut a lot of timber selling to Vietnam because Vietcong told him must destroy Cambodian forestry otherwise Cambodian people will use that forestry to escape HUN XEN. HUN XEn has committed so many bad things for Cambodian, no way for HUN CEN to step downs or dealing any peace with opposition members. The best way to liberate our country from Vietcong must do like ARAB spring now

Anonymous said...

THE WOOD OF THIS FURNITURE MUST BE COME FROM LOGGING.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=441961259257380&set=a.382341311886042.1073741828.382278835225623&type=1&theater

Anonymous said...

BASED ON THE NEW THERE WERE 400 TRACKS FROM OUTSIDE PHNOM PENH TO JOIN THE PROTEST. EACH TRACK HAVE 50 PEOPLE; THEREFORE, ONLY THOSE 400 TRACK MAKE ALREADY 20000. WHAT AP SAID IS FAR LOWER THAN THE REAL NUMBER. I GUESS IT WAS MAYBE 100.000 AT LEAST.

THIS IS A PROOF OF EACH TRACK:

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=441501825969990&set=a.382341311886042.1073741828.382278835225623&type=1&theater

Anonymous said...

Cambodia is a cursed nation bcos of too many idiotic . Cpp build school ah chkout raincy stop them. Ah pler.

Anonymous said...

ចប់បាដោយកែរលែង ឡើងហើយ បងប្អូនអើយ!!!
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=194878030696856&set=vb.164982167019776&type=2&theater

Anonymous said...

ah hun sen kbot cheat:

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=658300334197143&set=vb.170088286472727&type=2&theater

Anonymous said...

ចំពោះខ្មែរទាំងអស់គ្នា សូមខ្មែរទាំងអស់ស្វាងឡើង..! ភ្ញាក់រលឹកឡើង..!
ឈប់រស់ក្រោមការបោកប្រាស់ ញុះញង់ធ្វើមហាបាតុកម្ម របស់ គណបក្សសង្គ្រោះជាតិ
ស្អីគេ ដែលមានសម រង្ស៊ី ជាមេដឹកនាំតទៅទៀតទៅ ពួកនេះ បានបោកប្រាស់អ្នកទាំងអស់គ្នាជាង២0ឆ្នាំមកហើយ។
ឥឡូវនេះ
"គណបក្សសង្គ្រោះជាតិ" និង ក្លាយទៅជា "គណបក្សសង្គ្រោះចោរ" គណបក្សសង្គ្រោះជាតិយួន ពួកនេះ
និងបណ្ដើរគ្នាទៅអង្គុយបង្គ្រប់កៅអី ជាសមាជិកសភាអាណត្តិទី៥ ទាំងអស់គ្នា នាពេលឆាប់ឆាប់ខាងមុខ នេះហើយ។

បើមិនជឿ ចាំមើលចុះ!!

Anonymous said...

It is good that Hun Sen built schools with Hun Sen names, but those schools look miserable without running water and toilets. It is time that Hun Sen be replaced by Rainsy or an educated man to revamp the system.

Anonymous said...

ល្ខោនសំដែងអាចមានជាឈុតឆាក ល្ខោនជីវិត្តក៏ត្រូវតែមានឈុតឆាកឲ្យបន្តររស់មានន័យ៖
បើគេកាន់តែបំបិតសិទ្ធសេរីភាព យើងក៏មិនត្រូវសំកុកយំទ្រជ័យជំនះរបស់គេដែរ! ត្រូវតែតបទៅវិញនូវភាពក្លាហានទាមទារកយុត្តិធម៌ឲ្យខ្លួនឯង ហើយសប្បាយរីករាយចេញមកពីមោតនៈភាពនៃថ្វីដៃររបស់យើង!
បើយើងមិនងើបឈរតស៊ូរប្រឆាំងនឹងរបបផ្ដាច់ការណ៍ទេ គ្មាននណា៎ប្រគល់សិទ្ធសេរីភាពឲ្យយើងដោយងាយៗទេ ព្រោះឥពួកគេមិនចេះស្កប់ស្កល់ យកតែប្រយោជន៍ពីរាស្ដ្រ ទៅស៊ីស្រួលដេកស្រួលតកូនចៅតែគ្នាវាហ្នឹង!
បើយើងរស់គ្មានន័យដូច្នេះ គង់តែមានថ្ងៃស្លាប់គ្មានន័យដូចតែគ្នា ណ្ហើយចុះយើងតស៊ូរឲ្យជីវិត្តមានន័យ យកជ័យជុំនះលើភាពអយុត្តិធម៌ដល់ទីបំផុត!

Anonymous said...

OU VIREAK MARRIED TO A CPP HIGH RANKING OFFICIAL DAUGHTER WHO BLOWS HIS EARS DAYS AND NIGHT. HIS MOM AND HIS BROTHER ARE WORKING WITH CPP, BUT HIS BROTHERS OU CHANRITH AND OU CHANROTH ARE CNRP ELECTED MEMBERS ASSEMBLY.

He hurts his brothers and the Human Rights Organization. He needs to resign from this post.

STOP LISTENING TO THIS CULPRIT!

CNRP of CA

Anonymous said...

AH OU VIRAK SHOULD BE FIRED FROM THE JOB. AS AN NGO HE SHOULD NOT GIVE COMMENT ABOUT POLITIC IN THE COUNTRY. IN AH OU VIRAK LEFT FRESNO AFTER HE COULD NOT FIND A DECENT JOB. HE WAS A YOUNG KID, GET OUT OF SCHOOL, SELLING USED CAR IN SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA. HE LEFT SAN JOSE AS A CAR SALESMAN. NO ONE KNEW HOW HE GOT THE JOB AS A DIRECTOR OF CENTER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS. HE HAD NO EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH PEOPLE, NO EXPERIENCE PROVIDING SERVICES TO THE COMMUNITY. HE IS A STUPID KID WHO TALKS TOO MUCH ALL HIS LIFE. HE LEFT CALIFORNIA AS A MEMBER OF SAM RAINSY PARTY.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CENTER OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN CAMBODIA SHOULD ALSO EXPELL AH OU VIRAK OUT OF CAMBODIA IMMEDIATELY. HE IS MAKING BAD REPUTITION FOR THE CENTER OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN CAMBODIA AND OTHER NOG AS A WHOLE.
AH OU VIRAK IS ALSO INITIATING THE CONFLICT OF INTEREST WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION.
OUT AH OU VIRAK.......
DEY DOM

Anonymous said...

12:26pm, sounded like someone is breaking the ethical code of conduct at their job. i wonder if the boss knows about it? if the newspaper keeps asking for his comments, he should know better about the conflict of interest and tell them he is not allowed to comment such sensitive opinion. it's like violating the clients' confidentiality code at work or something. unprofessional indeed!

Anonymous said...

CPP needs to re-program its government, starting from top to bottom to rid of corruption and provides justice for all khmers citizen regardless of official range and position; if you broke law and committed crime you pay for you time in jail. With such scar from demonstrators, freedom fighters and justice hungers a major change in government is adamantly needed....WITH that said, i'm reserving a space in my heart for CPP for a chance to change.

Anonymous said...

Is Ou Virak speaking on CPP behalf now? because 2 millions plus thumb print saying that this elections if rigged by the NEC and CPP and that they want a transparent investigation. You don't represent a human rights organisation when you did NOTHING to push for human rights resolutions. I think Ou Virak creditability is simple gone into thin air, other than that has CPP bought him, if so how much?

CNRP represents the voice of the cambodian citizen not Ou Virak. Either way the voice of the votes how the highest priority over anything because they elected a government NOT an organisation.

Anonymous said...

When Ou Virak was a used car salesman in San Jose , he cheated a lot of people ,then he quitted and he ran to Cambodia,and you know the rest of the story.

Anonymous said...

9:24 PM He probably drove Mercedes 600 SL series $200,000 car.

Anonymous said...

Ah Ou Virak is a young kid from Fresno. He graduated from San Jose State Unviversity, selling used car dealership in San Jose, out of work and went to Cambodia to look for a fortune.
We do not know how he got his current job, but he did not have any experience working for the Community or involving with the society of any kind. He was a child who always talks, talk too much, and made no sense.
CCHR nust let this kid go, fire him, and cut off all his connection with US. He violate the human rights policies and regulation by being a clown of the Communist regime.
Being a stupid director of CCHR by fortune, he should not be invited to interview or give comment about politic of the country. He should stay neutral.
Ah Ou Virak, Cambodian people in Fresno, Modesto and Stockton are waiting for you.
We will establish a team against ah Ou Virak. We will contact the US Senators and Congressmen to evaluate the fund and the mission or CCHR, and review ah Ou Virak's roles as well.
You will go down in the toilet soon, ah stupid Ou Virak.
Dom Dey

Anonymous said...

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ក៍ផែនដីនេះមិនទាន់ដល់វេនពួកអាអស់ឯងដែរ នៅមានឯកឧត្ដមបណ្ឌិត
ហ៊ុន ម៉ាណែត ហ៊ុន ម៉ានិត ទៀត ។ល។ និង។ល។
ផែនដីនេះមិនអាចមាន ព្រះអាទិត្យពីររះលើផែនដីតែមួយបានឡើយ។
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CKSL said...

Haa..! Mr. Ou Vir...! Or Vie...t, It is true the UN or US will be jumping out of the sky by air plane to recue the CNRP's, Do you see the thumb printed by the Cambodian peoples ?, Do you know where its will be ?, The point is irregularities elections, The Hun Sen's government is failure to investigation the irregularities election, and force the king Sihamony to honor his inauguration of the nation assembly with CPP's members only. My strong support to the CNRP's that, no more again no more..! negotiation about the joint the government at all in anytime soon, the mains point is CHANGING Mr. Hun Blind Sight out..! Your excellency Sam Rainsy/Kem Sokha keep strong the peace agreement will be working good. I'm sure you are not to rescue theft .

Jendhamuni said...

You see School of Vice, we get so much info out of this post.

Anonymous said...

No one asked you to open your big mouth.

Anonymous said...

1:35 AM said sorry

Jendhamuni said...

*run back to my closet*

Jendhamuni said...

*wait I forgot my shoes*

Savoeun Koy said...

Suggestions. After reading CNRP draft in KI, I would like to get some constructive input to that. I am not sure my idea would help or not but just a concern. Since CNRP submits thumbprints and letters, I would see that CNRP didn't make proposal to what CNRP made the cases and incidents. I am feeling if CNRP from those facts finding would propose in writing to all interested parties and a coy would address to CPP for consideration. Such proposal should include the resolution that CNRP and CPP could work altogether to that finding. My opinion, I would propose to CPP to form and independent group composed of monks and students who are not in any party or half and half of those parties to verify all the ballots and precisely recount under other independent NGO members. Such proposal must include an agreement signed by both parties to ascertain that ballot recounts will be the last process and must abide by that.

Anonymous said...

FOR OU VIRAK, IT SHOULD GIVE A CLUE IF WE KNOW WHAT KIND OF HOUSE HE LIVE; WHAT KIND OF CAR HE HAS, AND COMPARE WITH HIS SALARY. IN THE MEAN TIME I HAVE A BIG QUESTION WITH SENG THEARY. IS SHE AN OU VIRAK STYLE?

ACCORDING TO " WHO IS THE DRUG KING IN CAMBODIA AUG. 19.........UPDATED BY HENG SOY ON FEB 21, 2013 ON THE RIGHT COLUMN OF KI PAGE, Mrs. PONG CHIVE GUEK HAS A LOT OF BUSINESS SHARE WITH HUN SEN.

ONG HAVE AN IMAGE CARING ABOUT THE HUMAN BEING, BUT IN FACT, IN CAMBODIA THEY EXCHANGE THEIR OWN CONSCIOUS FOR MONEY. A LOT OF THEM HAVE YOUN BLOOD.

Anonymous said...

Hay....! Mr. Ou Virak, I'm having a question about your job with your own personal live ? I do read once comment about your married to the CPP's High Ranking official Daughter, with one of your brother and your mom are working with CPP's, and other two of your brothers Mr. Ou Chanrith, Chanroth are with the CNRP's, So if the question is true, you are better quit this job...! Let's two of your brothers have clean and clear mine to be working with the CNRP's.

Anonymous said...

OU. VIRAK , I told you to shut your smelly shit mouth before, why you still keep on barking. ah SI VIL SI left si right. si minn roeus.