Selected Comments at the Graduation of Batches of Judges

Let me add further (to what I had to say in my prepared text) that in just a week we have three jobs to do with the French assistance – the French Ambassador and I were here to preside over the graduation of the trainees from the Royal School of Administration, at the Cambodian National Institute of Technology and today at the SRA once again to preside over the graduation of judges and court officials, which is partly funded by the French

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Selected Comments at the Graduation Ceremony at the National Institute of Technology of Cambodia (NITC)

In so far as we speak, there have been three Japanese Ambassadors and the same number for the French before we have this girl student hostel in place. The Francophone built here a hostel and the Royal Government built a few more in the same place. I came to this institute several times started from 1983, 1990, 1981, and so on. Before I went for a political negotiation in Paris, in 1992, I also came here, at the time when the former Soviet

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Selected Comments to the Graduates of the Royal School of Administration

As an honorary professor I would like to share with you some of my advice to the graduates and sophomores who are also here today. Not long ago we have amended the Constitution to change the leadership for the National Assembly, the Senate and the Royal Government from the two-third majority to 50 + 1 formula. It is indeed not a bad thing to have a two-third majority decision power only it is used in a positive purpose. Cambodia’s

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Selected Comments at the Seeing–off Ceremony of Cambodian De-miners in the UN Mission to Sudan

Today I have a great honor and pleasure to join with Samdech, monks and our people in seeing off our soldiers from the RCAF for their first UN mission in Sudan. It is another page in history that never exists before. We may remember that dozens of years ago Cambodian soldiers had gone out to fight under the flag of the French colony. Some of them had gone all the way to Algeria. But this time we are sending our soldier under the UN mission for a

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