Friday, November 29, 2013

របាយការណ៍ទើបតែចេញផ្សាយថ្ងៃនេះរបស់អង្គការ ERA

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Joint-Report on the Conduct of the 2013 Cambodian Elections
Progress on key recommendationsr for Electoral Reform November 2012

November 28, 2013

A “Joint-Report on the Conduct of the 2013 Cambodian Elections” published today with the participation of the Washington-based NDI, paints a powerful picture of the July 28 elections, revealing serious irregularities that undermined the credibility of the process, in particular: the exclusion of eligible citizens from the voter registry; the inclusion of invalid or duplicate names on the voter registry; the wide distribution of fraudulent voter identification documents; and the failure to update the number of seats per constituency according to the law. The report’s findings justify the need for an independent investigation of the last elections which have obviously distorted, if not overturned, the will of the Cambodian people.

របាយការណ៍ទើបតែចេញផ្សាយថ្ងៃនេះរបស់អង្គការ ERA ដែលមានអង្គការអាមេរិកកាំង
NDI ចូល រួមផងដែរ បង្ហាញថាមានការលុបឈ្មោះអ្នកបោះឆ្នោត និងលួចបន្លំសន្លឹកឆ្នោត
យ៉ាងសន្ធឹកសន្ធាប់ ដែលធ្វើឲ្យការបោះឆ្នោតថ្ងៃ ២៨ កក្កដា ២៥៥៧ ២០១៣ កន្លងទៅនេះ
បំភ្លៃឆន្ទៈប្រជារាស្រ្តយ៉ាងធ្ងន់ធ្ងូរ។ របាយការណ៍នេះនឹងចេញផ្សាយជាភាសាខ្មែរ នៅថ្ងៃ១៣
ឆ្នូ ព.ស.២៥៥៧ គ.ស.២០១៣ខាងមុខនេះ។ Courtesy Sam Rainsy


Anonymous said...

ប្រសិនបេីថ្នាក់ដឹកនាំគណបក្សសង្គ្រោះជាតិ មិនបានចូលទៅចរចា
សំុបែងចែកអំណាច មានសំុតំណែងប្រធានសភា, តំណែងអភិបាល
ក្រុងភ្នំពេញ និងអភិបាលខេត្តមួយចំនួនទេ រួចប្រកាន់ខ្ជាប់នូវការតវា៉
មួយមុខគត់ នោះព្រឹត្តិការណ៍ថ្ងៃនេះគឺជារឿងផ្សេង !!
លី ឌៀប

Anonymous said...

Thugs and thieves working togethers to destroy Khmer's democracy,thugs allowed thieves to steals votes undermine democracy process in Nambodia rules by thugs=Cpp pigs! Hun sen regime must be gone out of Nambodia for GOOD!...

Yobal Khmer

Anonymous said...


ហ៊ុន សែន

Anonymous said...

Who don't know it are not Cambodians. Cambodia is a country of anarchic hell country. No one obey the law of the land. They all create their own laws and state laws are for innocent Cambodians only and no enforcement of any kind if found corrupted. Who oversee their subordination, cadre, boss. They all are in chaos as long as their subordinates bribe them. Almost all countries around the world enforce the outlaw, but Cambodia seat and rest above the laws because they make their own laws. Their laws change when they want.Very tricky and hard to chase those bulkheads. Thank you.

Anonymous said...



In order to liberate Cambodia from the evil Vietnam, Khmer people should use perseverance as a mean to accomplish their ultimate goal.

After the election, there have been severe clash of opinions on how to mount a successful demonstration.

We knew that the evil Vietnam has controlled Cambodia through the traitor Hun Sen over 30 years. Therefore, a straight forward one time or a few times demonstrations trying to overthrow Hun Sen will not succeed.

Think about this: if we made a demonstration to topple Hun Sen, what would happen when the evil Vietnam and Hun Sen made a similar demonstration to overthrow us ?

The solution to stop these Vietnamese is to build a nationwide popular strength. That’s why I have been emphasizing on perseverance. With this evil Vietnam, a simple solution will never work.

In fact, the CNRP had won the election. So, the CNRP must get the power legally. Trying to seize the power from Hun Sen through a forceful demonstration will backfire because we abandoned our right – the CNRP is the winner.

I personally thought that the CNRP’s leaders have chosen the right way by trying to gain support from the international community to put pressure on Hun Sen and its evil master Vietnam to CONCEDE THEIR ELECTORAL DEFEAT OR ACCEPT A NEW ELECTION.

Making Khmer people familiar with the demonstration is another way to build up strength too. It would be good if the CNRP could mount new demonstrations on 3 or 4 provinces every Sunday. After we finished all the demonstrations with every province, it would be easy for the CNRP to call on people to make a nationwide demonstration. Again, perseverance is the key, and our goal is to make the CPP accepts its defeat or accepts a new election. We use the law and righteousness as our allies to succeed.

I have listened to Sambok Khmum Radio about some of the people’s opinions. Their ideas will work if Hun Sen and Vietnam were pieces of rocks – don’t fight back.

If Mam Sonando is truly a brave man, what stop him from mounting his own demonstration ?

Bun Thoeun