Thursday, December 19, 2013

Police Watchful of Ongoing Opposition Demonstrations

Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy of the Cambodia National Rescue Party wearing a helmet arrives for a rally in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Monday, Dec. 16, 2013. The opposition party rallied for the second day, calling for Prime Minister Hun Sen's government to hold re-election. (AP Photo/Heng Sinith)
By Heng Reaksmey
VOA Khmer, Dec. 19, 2013

Cambodian authorities say they are keeping a close watch on opposition demonstrations, which entered their fourth day in the capital on Wednesday.

Interior Ministry spokesman Khieu Sopheak said the demonstrations have not crossed any lines, but if they become a threat to the government, they will be broken up by force.

Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets since Sunday, some calling for a re-election, but others for Prime Minister Hun Sen to step down. No violence has been reported so far, but Khieu Sopheak said police stand on alert.

“When national security becomes a threat, the government forces must take action to ensure stability,” he said.

Sam Rainsy, president of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party, said Wednesday that the demonstrations are not a threat to national security.

“The protesters know not to use violence,” he said.

Rights workers say the demonstrators and security forces should avoid violence, which can harm national security.

And the ruling and opposition parties should work together to reduce tension, said Thun Saray, president of the rights group Adhoc. Negotiation is better than violence, he said.


Anonymous said...

jess klarch bek kb'arl dae toe?
ah bol ach!

Anonymous said...

5:04 AM,

Ters Kbal Mer Hieng Rei?, Ah Chhker Yuon!

Do Mer Kong Chor...

Anonymous said...

comes on Ah chker Youn.

Anonymous said...

Koh Tral Island must not be forgotten

By “any patriot Khmers”

Why do Koh Tral Island, known in Vietnam as Phu Quoc, a sea and land area covering proximately over 30,000 km2 [Note: the actual land size of Koh Tral itself is 574 square kilometres (222 sq miles)] have been lost to Vietnam by whose treaty? Why don’t Cambodia government be transparent and explain to Cambodia army at front line and the whole nation about this? Why don't they include this into education system? Why?

Cambodian armies are fighting at front line for 4.6 km2 on the Thai border and what's about over 30,000km2 of Cambodia to Vietnam. Nobody dare to talk about it! Why? Cambodian armies you are decide the fate of your nation, Cambodian army as well as Cambodian people must rethink about this again and again. Is it fair?

Koh Tral Island, the sea and land area of over 30,000 square kilometres have been lost to Vietnam by the 1979 to 1985 treaties. The Cambodian army at front line as well as all Cambodian people must rethink again about these issues. Are Cambodian army fighting to protect the Cambodia Nation or protecting a very small group that own big lands, big properties or only protecting a small group but disguising as protecting the Khmer nation?

The Cambodian army at front lines suffer under rain, wind, bullets, bombs, lack of foods, lack of nutrition and their families have no health care assistance, no securities after they died but a very small group eat well, sleep well, sleep in first class hotel with air conditioning system with message from young girls, have first class medical care from oversea medical treatments, they are billionaires, millionaires who sell out the country to be rich and make the Cambodian people suffer everyday.

Who signed the treaty 1979-1985 that resulted in the loss over 30,000 km2 of Cambodia??? Why they are not being transparent and brave enough to inform all Cambodians and Cambodian army at front line about these issues? Why don't they include Koh Tral (Koh Tral size is bigger than the whole Phom Phen and bigger than Singapore [Note: Singapore's present land size is 704 km2 (271.8 sq mi)]) with heap of great natural resources, in the Cambodian education system?

Look at Hun Sen's families, relatives and friends- they are billionaires, millionaires. Where did they get the money from when we all just got out of war with empty hands [in 1979]? Hun Sen always say in his speeches that Cambodia had just risen up from the ashes of war, just got up from Year Zero with empty hands and how come they are billionaires, millionaires but 90% of innocent Cambodian people are so poor and struggling with their livelihood every day?

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Anonymous said...

5:50 AM
boe anh yuon,
ah aeng vinh yuon tain ach,
ah sou mi lay jong ray rul ruk,
kdet daun-ta ah bol ach,
jorl ms'eat si ach ah xyxenkha
heuy ourt tha yummmmmy!

Do mer haeng ah xy-kae bonh jeung !
ah ឈ្លក់ទឹក nước mắm mu xochua.

Anonymous said...

shut the fuck up!!! ah motherfucker khieu sopheak son of the bitch!!!! yuon polices are on alert my assss

Anonymous said...

Poln Pot & Hun Sen regime is worst of the worst, Khmer Rough genocide and CPP of lost land and sea to the Viet., if all khmer leader and it people are so dump don't blam any body, but them self. Right now is Rainsy try to be hero, if he became the ruller of khmer nation, he will try to get land and sea back, with out any military power and united peoples, all never end but destruction of all khmer