Monthly Archives: February 2006

>Status of Democracy in Southeast Asia

> Thailand, Republic of Philippines crises raise questions about democracy in Southeast Asia Cursed is this Kingdom and its people who pretend to be naive and think that elections in this country are or ever could be free and fair … Continue reading

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>Opposition Party’s Lawmakers’ Immunities Are Restored

> Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen (R) shakes hands with Sam Rainsy (L), an opposition party leader, at the assembly building before assembly session in Phnom Penh February 28, 2006. Cambodia’s parliament restored the immunity of Rainsy on Tuesday in … Continue reading

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>Who is the famous actress Duch Sophea?

> Actress Duch Sophea earning first place in beauty pageant and 30 million riels (US$7,500) (Photo Koh Santepheap News) Duch Sophea’s brand new Lexus car still without license plate (Photo Koh Santepheap News) Duch Sophea ducking reporters after police questioning … Continue reading

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>Vietnam allows overseas Vietnamese to buy land on disputed Koh Tral Island

> Map location of the Cambodian island of Koh Tral, known as Phu Quoc in Vietnamese Please read addendum at the end of the article to understand historical facts on the ownership of Khmer Koh Tral island (known as Phu … Continue reading

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>Sirivudh warning Ta Prohm for criticizing Hun Sen

> Prince Norodom Sirivudh, secretary-general of Funcinpec party Prince Sirivudh warns Ta Prohm Radio Station for Broadcasting Information Contrary to Funcinpec Position Koh Santepheap Daily NewsTranslated from Khmer by KI-Media Phnom Penh – An official letter was sent by Prince … Continue reading

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>Prince Ranariddh Is Silent on PM Hun Sen’s Criticism

> Funcinpec President, Prince Norodom Ranariddh. His second wife had allegedly been criticized once before by Prime Minister Hun Sen for interfering with state affairs involving sales of official positions. Reaksmey Heng Voice of AmericaPhnom Penh, Cambodia27/02/2006 Prime Minister Hun … Continue reading

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>NGOs Officials Are Concerned Over Political Conflicts

> Sakada ChunVoice of AmericaPhnom Penh, Cambodia27/02/2006 NGOs officials worry about political conflicts that can happen between the three political party leaders because of verbal attacks through the media. This happens after Prime Minister Hun Sen says that there is … Continue reading

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