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‛Politically motivated’

I have no special information by which to judge the accuracy or otherwise of your May 6 front-page story “Freedom Park revisited”. But the article itself contains sufficient evidence that the Post’s account is slanted to support a particular political view. 462 more words

Cambodia

Party Competition Cambodian Style - No Impunity At The End?

Partyforumseasia: In February we had last commented on the ongoing brutality against opposition members  in Cambodia’s Parliament. While CNRP leader Sam Rainsy is in exile again and a well orchestrated campaign is trying to destroy his deputy Kem Sokha over an alleged extramarital affair, there is a not really expected follow-up to the brutal beatings of CNRP members in front of parliament. 182 more words

Political Parties In Southeast Asia

Cambodian Opposition Fights Back With IT-Solutions

Partyforumseasia: The peaceful handover from a military junta to a victorious opposition in Myanmar notwithstanding, Southeast Asian domestic politics is hardball from the textbook. Eliminating opposition when it develops into dangerous competition is not the most elegant or democratic way of staying in power, but it works. 403 more words

Political Parties In Southeast Asia

Cambodia: Losing Face With Facebook?

Partyforumseasia: Politicians cannot be everywhere in person but they can be omnipresent in the media and especially the social media. Facebook has been discovered as a popularity gauge and booster by practically all leaders  world-wide and of course in Southeast Asia. 336 more words

Political Parties In Southeast Asia

Sam Rainsy

Sam Rainsy (Khmer: សម រង្ស៊ី IPA: ; born March 10, 1949) is a Cambodian politician who most recently served as the Minority Leader… 366 more words

The Law As Political Weapon In Southeast Asia

Partyforumseasia: World wide, there is a certain connectivity between law and justice, but the law, in most cases a result of politics anyway, is rather often a sharp political instrument as well. 426 more words

Political Parties In Southeast Asia