PM Hun Sen Reacts to Phnom Penh Post’s Article

Source: FN Prime Minister Hun Sen reacted strongly to Phnom Penh Post’s article entitled “The election would not take place amidst chaos”, and that he considered the article a lack of knowledge. The premier’s response was made at the Publication of National Policy on Ageing 2017-2030 on Thursday morning. The premier reaffirmed that the upcoming…

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PM Hun Sen Announces No Changes Be Made in the Upcoming Elections

Source: FN Prime Minister Hun Sen has announced that the Senate and National Assembly elections are not subject to changes, according to the premier’s official Facebook page on Thursday. “This morning, I saw Phnom Penh Post’s article entitled “Prime Minister says elections will not take place amidst chaos” and it means that I will cancel…

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PM Hun Sen: Together to Improve Elderly’s Quality of Life

Source: FN Prime Minister Hun Sen has officially launched the 2017-2030 National Ageing Policy for the purpose of improving welfare and living conditions of Cambodian ageing people. Minister of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation Vong Saut said that the proportion of older people aged 60 and over in 2013 was 8 percent, equivalent to…

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Selected Impromptu Comments at the Launching Ceremony of the National Policy on Elderly People for 2017-2030 [Unofficial Translation]

In addition to the prepared text, here followed is the selected impromptu comments at the launching ceremony of the National Policy of Elderly People for 2017-2030: Tricycle Rickshaw Fund Launched Last Saturday, we launched the tricycle rickshaw fund. It should be able to assist hundreds of tricycle rickshaw riders to secure their incomes and to…

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