Facebook Rejects Sam Rainsy’s Proposal to Reveal PM’s Facebook Page’s Personal Information

Source: FN The world’s largest social network service “Facebook” has immediately dismissed Sam Rainsy’s proposal to show Prime Minister Hun Sen’s private information, according to the Phom Penh Post’s article on Monday. The proposal allegedly accused the premier for violating the principles of the social network, including the purchase of likes and threats to murder.…

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Seven Associations in AUS and NZ to Welcome PM Hun Sen in Australia

Source: FN Seven Cambodian Associations based in Australia and New Zealand issued a joint statement stating that they are well-prepared to welcome Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen and his delegation to the ASEAN-Australia Special Summit, according to their statement dated on March 12, 2018. The associations also announced to combat and condemn the scolding, detesting,…

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PM Hun Sen: Peace Lures Foreign Investments to Cambodia

Source: FN Prime Minister Hun Sen highlighted Cambodia’s advanced development, especially the rapid growth of the construction sector that attracts many investors annually, according to the premier’s Facebook on Monday morning. Thanks to peace, foreign investors continued to invest in Cambodia, greatly improving people’s livelihood. “Big and small commercial buildings, shopping malls and modern residences…

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