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Monday, May 8, 2017

Hun Sen Returns After Singapore Hospitalization

Hun Sen Returns After Singapore Hospitalization

The Cambodia Daily | 8 May 2017
Prime Minister Hun Sen returned to Cambodia on Sunday after being hospitalized in Singapore to treat extreme exhaustion over the weekend, he said on his Facebook page.
“I have arrived back in Cambodia in better health,” he wrote on Sunday.

Prime Minister Hun Sen lies in a hospital bed in Singapore after suffering from a bout of ‘extreme exhaustion,’ in a photograph posted to the premier’s Facebook page on Thursday.

“Thank you, compatriots who sent messages wishing me well and worrying about my health.”
CPP spokesman Sok Eysan said Mr. Hun Sen would preside over the World Economic Forum on Asean 2017, which is set to begin in Phnom Penh on Wednesday, but was unsure if he would attend a Red Cross event today.
The prime minister made the surprise announcement on Thursday that he had been admitted to a hospital in Singapore, apologizing to dignitaries for missing meetings scheduled over the weekend.
The premier’s condition had been caused by a heavy workload, according to Phay Siphan, Council of Ministers spokesman.
Some of Mr. Hun Sen’s more than 7 million Facebook [fake] fans [Am I reading the Cambodia Daily or Fresh News?] responded with messages wishing a speedy recovery, alongside criticism for traveling to a foreign country for medical treatment.


  1. Anonymous9:22 AM

    Debate this:

    Cambodia's problem is simple. Most people are desperate and greedy, hence, they are all self-promoting, self-important "Only I can save Cambodia." Look at the opposition, they all fight among themselves. People just don't know who to trust.

    So, to fix this problem, I would advice Cambodia to copy the movement happened in Japan. It's called the Meiji Restoration.

    The Meiji Restoration (明治維新 Meiji Ishin?), also known as the Meiji Ishin, Renovation, Revolution, Reform, or Renewal, was an event that restored practical imperial rule to Japan in 1868 under Emperor Meiji. Although there were Emperors before the Meiji Restoration, the events restored practical abilities and consolidated the political system under the Emperor of Japan.

    So, Mr. Hun Sen would be the counterpart of Tokugawa Yoshinobu, the 15th Tokugawa Shogun and Norodom Sihamoni King would be the counterpart of Emperor Meiji.


    P.S. If you succeed restore the King to power, then you can end the Hun dynasty. But I do approve Mr. Hun Sen's ability to bring order and stability to Cambodia. So, you folks must not create disorder or destabilization to affect the poor.

  2. Anonymous9:34 AM

    9:22 AM

    Drink one cup of Clorox bleach !!!