Here followed is a complete unofficial translation of the review and comments of Samdech Techo Hun Sen on the historical process of finding peace in Cambodia in commemoration of the 24th anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreement.Details
Selected Impromptu Comments at the Graduation and Diploma Presentation Ceremony of the Western University [Unofficial Translation].
Removing Old Ones, They React; Keeping Them, New Ones React
…The question is when they win elections, who do they bring into workplace? They are ready to chase out those who are currently work and blamed for being devalued in a message “keeping current officials and pay more.” In this case, for supporters who sold out their cows and oxen, buffaloes to support the Party, how can they get jobs, since the old ones will go on?Details
On 19 October 2015, while presiding over the graduation and diploma presenting ceremony of the Western University, Samdech Techo Hun Sen argued that there are three major factors that make Phnom Penh a quiet city during the Phjum Ben Day from 12 through to 14 October 2015. Peace is the first and foremost factor that allows people in the country to travel everywhere. People no longer fear of mines or armed conflicts as occurred during when Cambodia was ruled by four factions – the Government, the Khmer Rouge, KPNLF and Funcinpec.Details
On 19 October 2015, in the course of presiding over the graduation and diploma presenting ceremony of the Western University, responding to remarks of politicians, who undervalued local education and diplomas, Samdech Techo argues such message discredits not only those who have made efforts in realizing their studies but also parents or spouses who make every efforts for their course.Details