Monthly Archives: March 2006

>Julio Jeldres: "Prof. Ghai is truly a breeze of fresh air and his involvement is still required by the Cambodian people"

>FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2006The Cambodia Daily OPINION UN Envoy’s Observations Should Be Heeded In the past few weeks…we have observed day after day the realignment of power solely in favor of the CPP, with the parliament and the executive now … Continue reading

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>While the Thai land in Koh Kong, the Vietnamese are landing in Siemreap, bypassing Phnom Penh altogether

>Vietnam airlines eyes new Indochina serviceThanh Nien News National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines plans to launch an Indochina service following the success of its first one, the Vietnam Aviation Administration (VAA) said. The airline had submitted a plan for the … Continue reading

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>The Chinese are coming to plant rubber trees, whose lands will be illegally grabbed next?

> Rubber tree Rubber producer targets foreign land to quench resource thirst HAIKOU, March 31 (Xinhua) — A Chinese company signed a contract here Friday with a Cambodian counterpart to plant rubber in the southeast Asian nation, the first such … Continue reading

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>Bangkok Airways to build Koh Kong airport

>BANGKOK AIRWAYSFirm to build Khmer airport Bangkok Airways Co plans to put a Bt400-million airport on Cambodia’s Kong Island in its first such venture abroad. The new airport would join three in Thailand – Samui, Sukhothai and Trat. Trat is … Continue reading

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>FUNCINPEC Officials Say Ranariddh Can Return as Leader If Conditions Fulfilled

> Prince Norodom Ranariddh, Funcinpec President, currently enjoying life in France away from the political heat of Phnom Penh (Photo VOA) By Chey Dara30 March 2006Sralanh Khmer newspaper Original title: : “If Samdech Krom Preah Wants To Return as FUNCINPEC … Continue reading

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>Round 3 of Hun Sen’s howling

>Cambodia accuses “lazy” U.N. human rights workers of misrepresenting the country By KER MUNTHITAP PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) – A government minister on Friday branded U.N. human rights workers in Cambodia “lazy” and “clueless,” accusing them of giving their supervisors … Continue reading

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>Mussomeli: "…as long as the government works with civil societies and with other groups the situation will improve over the next few years"

> AFP/File Photo: US Ambassador Joseph Mussomeli, seen here in August 2005, said Cambodia had made steady progress… Cambodian reforms on track, UN row a ‘misunderstanding’: US AFP The United States defended Cambodia’s human rights reforms and said a vicious … Continue reading

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