​Paris Peace Agreements 1991

Saturday, May 20, 2017

“The voters used to vote for a candidate. Now they want to vote for the party”

Thousands of people gather on Phnom Penh’s Monivong Boulevard on July 24 to pay their respects to slain political analyst Kem Ley.

Re: Cambodia’s commune elections: A political tipping point 

“The voters used to vote for a candidate. Now they want to vote for the party” - Mu Sochua
True. Particularly, with the momentum for the CNRP and the revulsion for Kem Sokha, people like myself will still vote for CNRP, the "in spite of Kem Sokha" I've been saying. 
- Theary Seng
[What a great quote]
“I want to wear new clothes. Many people want to try new clothes, even in a new colour,” she says, in hushed tones. “The old ones have holes in them.”

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