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The UN claimed that 140 members of the CNRP were questioned, summoned, or detained by Cambodian authorities and courts in relation to social gatherings and online comments.
Ambassador Wang Wentian accused the U.S. of inflaming the trade war and calling it a “dishonest individual” during the negotiation with China.
Remarks by Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hisen Loong referencing an Indochinese War-area conflict has caused immediate reactions from Cambodian and Vietnamese officials.
However, he not give a direct answer to the question of whether China “is seeking” to have a future military presence in Cambodia, which is increasingly getting close to Beijing.
Lindsey Graham, chairman of Senate Judiciary Committee, tells VOA's Khmer service he is a 'very concerned' about growing Chinese influence in Cambodia.
Opposition activist thinks developments are part of long-term strategy by Prime Minister Hun Sen’s party to secure victory in elections scheduled for 2023
Dr. Chheang Vannrith, director of Asian Vision, told VOA Khmer that the premier will also likely discuss role of ASEAN in the context of this new global order as well as Cambodia’s policy of neutrality.
So Leng, 65, whose house and backyard were also partly damaged, hopes that they will finally get a reasonable compensation from the company.
Hun Sen, a former Khmer Rouge soldier, claimed that through his Win-Win Policy, Cambodia has been achieving strong economic growth for the past two decades, with GDP rates increasing up to 7.7 percent annually.
Dozens of former CNRP members have been summoned in recent weeks, as the CPP government continues to pressure the opposition.
Cambodia’s National Election Committee says campaigns for the May 26 elections of city and provincial councillors were proceeding without irregularities.