Monthly Archives: October 2005

>Press release of demontration held on 29 October 2005

> <Click on photo to view a larger size> PRESS RELEASE ISSUED BY THE DEMONSTRATORS Washington, DC 10/29/2005 Subject: Protest against the Governing practices of Prime Minister Hun Sen in Cambodia and his Administration for arresting and threatening innocent Cambodian … Continue reading

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>Demonstration in Washington DC – 29 October 2005

> <Click on photo to view a larger size> On the cold afternoon of 29 October 2005, a number of Cambodian-Americans and Cambodian-Canadians have gathered in front of the Cambodian Embassy in Washington DC to demonstarte and make the following … Continue reading

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>More Photos from Washington DC Demonstration on 29 Oct 2005

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>Supplemental Treaty (English Translation)

> For our readers’ convenience, a translated English version of the original official French version of the Supplemental Treaty to the 1985 Treaty of State Border Delimitation is provided in PDF format by clicking the link below. This supplemental treaty … Continue reading

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>Official Text of Supplemental Border Treaty

>Classified as top secret, the official text of the Supplemental Treaty to the 1985 Treaty of border delimitation, signed by Prime Minister Hun Sen during his visit to Hanoi on 10 October 2005, is not allowed to be distributed by … Continue reading

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>Video of Demonstration in Wash. DC Against Add’l Treaty

>On October 9, 2005, a demonstration was led in front of the Cambodia Embassy in Washington DC. The participants of the demonstation are protesting the then upcoming signing by Hun Sen of the additional treaty with Vietnam. Click here to … Continue reading

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>Vietnamese Nationals on Cambodia Voter Registration List

> <Click on list to view a larger size> The National Election Committee (NEC) recently led a voter registration throughout Cambodia in view of the 2008 election. In the Province of Prey Veng, Vietnamese nationals are allowed to register for … Continue reading

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