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Cambodian exile says postpone election to avoid violence

Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy answers questions during an interview with Reuters at a hotel in metro Manila, Philippines June 29, 2016. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco

Cambodian exile says postpone election to avoid violence


Reuters | 17 January 2018

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  1. Anonymous3:10 AM

    The vote should only be held once it can “meet minimum international standards”, Sam Rainsy wrote in a social media tweet.

    “This would avoid both violence and Cambodia becoming a pariah state,” he added.
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    I know Mr. Hun Sen will push for an election in 2018 because he would clearly win san any credible opposition. So, where would the violence come from? Please elaborate for the good of the people and Mr. Hun Sen would stop the election.

    I thought Mr. Hun Sen has managed order and peace in Cambodia. Are you going to incite people to fight? We have seen you did it in 2014. You had peaceful demonstration but mysteriously, there are some small groups to agitate the crowds up by either having snipers hitting the crowds or someone in the crowds to fire at the police.

    The best things to do is to stay home, and only come out to vote, then go home. Many countries offer to monitor the voting process, including Japan. But you, Scam Rainsy did not want it since you would not be able to cheat.

    Mr. Hun Sen worked so hard to invite Japan to help but you insulted Japan by claiming Japan was not good enough and/or involved with helping Mr. Hun Sen to cheat. You accused the former President Obama for legitimizing Mr. Hun Sen's election by visiting Cambodia.

    How many people have you insulted Mr. Scam Rainsy?

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    1. Anonymous7:28 AM

      Beat it ah Gunzet, you Viet/YUON biatch, go to hell!!!

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