>Ranariddh urges voters not to vote for Hun Sen, calling him an “enemy of the Palace”

>Hun Sen (L) and Prince Ranariddh (R).


In a speech broadcasted on Beehive Radio station on Tuesday, Prince Ranariddh called on voters not to cast vote for the CPP, saying that a vote for the CPP is a vote against the monarchy, and that Hun Sen is an enemy of the royal palace. “Please do not vote [CPP] again, otherwise the monarchy will be abolished and if the monarchy is abolished, we will go to hell,” The Cambodia Daily quoted the prince as saying in his radio address. CPP MP Nguon Nhel denied the prince’s statement, saying that this is merely the “prince’s trick.” The Cambodia Daily also reported that Hun Sen’s reference to the recent abolition of the Nepalese monarchy on 28 May had cause deep concern in the royal palace. However, Khieu Kanharith claimed that Hun Sen’s reference was directed to Prince Ranariddh only, and not to the monarchy.
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