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សុខ​ទុក្ខ​លោក អ៊ុំ សំអាន និង​សកម្មជន​ជាប់​ឃុំ​នៅ​ព្រៃ​ស

 តំណាង​រាស្ត្រ​គណបក្ស​សង្គ្រោះ​ជាតិ លោក សុន ឆ័យ (អាវ​ស) និង​មន្ត្រី​ជាន់​ខ្ពស់​មួយ​ចំនួន​ទៀត ទៅ​ជួប​អ្នក​ជាប់​ឃុំ​នៅ​គុក​ព្រៃ​ស កាល​ពី​ព្រឹក​ថ្ងៃ​ទី​២៩ ខែ​កុម្ភៈ ឆ្នាំ​២០១៦។ RFA/Morm Moniroth

ដោយ ទីន ហ្សាការីយ៉ា RFA 2016-09-19

អគ្គនាយកដ្ឋាន​ពន្ធនាគារ​នៃ​ក្រសួង​មហាផ្ទៃ បាន​អនុញ្ញាត​ឲ្យ​លោក សុន ឆ័យ ដឹកនាំ​ក្រុម​តំណាង​រាស្ត្រ​គណបក្ស​សង្គ្រោះ​ជាតិ ទៅ​សួរ​សុខ​ទុក្ខ​លោក អ៊ុំ សំអាន លោក ហុង សុខហួរ និង​សកម្មជន​ចំនួន ១៥​នាក់​ទៀត​នៅ​ក្នុង​មណ្ឌល​អប់រំ​កែប្រែ​ទី​១ នៅ​ថ្ងៃ​ទី​២០ កញ្ញា។

លិខិត​អនុញ្ញាត​របស់​អគ្គនាយកដ្ឋាន​ពន្ធនាគារ ចុះ​ថ្ងៃ​ទី​១៥ កញ្ញា ដែល​ទើប​ផ្សព្វផ្សាយ​នៅ​ថ្ងៃ​ទី​១៩ កញ្ញា ឲ្យ​ដឹង​ថា ក្រុម​តំណាង​រាស្ត្រ​គណបក្ស​ប្រឆាំង នឹង​ទៅ​សួរ​សុខ​ទុក្ខ​អ្នក​ជាប់​ពន្ធនាគារ​ទាំងនោះ​នៅ​វេលា​ម៉ោង ៩​ព្រឹក។ អ្នក​ជាប់​ឃុំ​ទាំងនោះ​រួម​មាន លោក មាជ សុវណ្ណារ៉ា លោក អាន បឋម លោក អ៊ុក ពេជ្រសំណាង លោក គង់ រ៉ៃយ៉ា និង​សកម្មជន​មួយ​ចំនួន​ទៀត៕

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No political crisis in Cambodia: PM

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Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen speaks at the Panha Chiet University in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Sept. 19, 2016. Hun Sen said Monday that the country has no political crisis and called on foreign countries not to interfere in the country's internal affairs. (Xinhua/Sovannara)

Source: Xinhua | 2016-09-19 11:43:42 | Editor: huaxia

PHNOM PENH, Sept. 19 (Xinhua) — Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen said Monday that the country has no political crisis and called on foreign countries not to interfere in the country’s internal affairs.

“I’d like to assert that Cambodia has no political crisis…please do not construe private issue as political issue,” he said in a speech during the graduation ceremony at the Panha Chiet University, referring to Kem Sokha, vice president of the main opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), who was sentenced earlier this month to five months in prison in a prostitution case.

The prime minister renewed his warning against the CNRP for planning mass protests against the conviction on Sept. 9 of Kem Sokha.


“(We) cannot allow anyone to destroy peace, political stability and social order,” he said. “Foreigners must not interfere in Cambodia’s internal affairs.”

Meanwhile, Hun Sen rejected the CNRP’s call for talks over the issue, saying that the government has no rights to meddle in the court’s decision.

“You violate the law, go to jail by yourself, that’s all,” he said.

The Phnom Penh Municipal Court sentenced, in absentia, Sokha to five months in prison for “refusal to appear” in court over a prostitution case involving his alleged mistress.

Sokha has been holed up at the CNRP’s headquarters on the southern outskirts of Phnom Penh since May 26 in fear of arrest, as dozens of his loyalists have gathered at the party’s headquarters to protect him.

CNRP’s president Sam Rainsy has been living in self-imposed exile in France since November last year to avoid a two-year prison sentence over a defamation conviction.

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សែនមហាថោក! (ដោយ ញ៉ឹកគីរី និង យឹម-កិច្ចសែ)

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‹‹សុខចិត្តរស់នៅក្នុងកូនខ្ទមប្ញស្សី មានសេរីភាពជាងរស់នៅក្នុងវាំង››

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ហ៊ុន-សែន ថា៖ ‹‹បើអញចរចា ឆ្កែសុទ្ធ!››

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Battambang farmers protest plummeting rice prices

Farmers block National Road 5 yesterday in Battambang during a protest in which they demanded a solution to falling rice prices. Ny Savuth

Lay Samean, The Phnom Penh Post
Mon, 19 September 2016

Attempting to call attention to the havoc low rice prices are wreaking on their livelihoods, hundreds of farmers in Battambang’s Sangke district took to the streets yesterday, symbolically pouring rice onto National Road 5.

“We harvested the rice already but there is no market for it,” explained Sok Chanthy, 46, one of the farmers who joined the protest. “Therefore, all we can do is put the rice on the road so the government will intervene and help us find buyers.”

Despite heavy rains and considerable yields, business this year has been bad for Cambodia’s rice farmers, with traders offering low prices or opting not to buy rice at all, Chanthy explained. As a result, farmers have been unable to pay back the loans they took out for fertilisers, pesticides and agricultural machinery.

“The price of rice was appropriate last year, about 11,000 baht [about $315] per tonne. But this year the traders offered only 6,000 baht [$172] per tonne. How can we sell our rice if it does not even cover our capital?” asked Soeung Soda, 51, another farmer who joined the protest.

Some have blamed the dip in prices on an upsurge in the amount of rice imported from Vietnam. “Vietnam produces far cheaper rice than we do, so it is very appealing to the traders to buy Vietnamese rice and distribute domestically,” said Khem Bunlen, executive director of the Cambodian Farmer Rice company.

But industry experts have noted that rice exports have shrunk across the region over the past two years, impacting rice exports from Cambodia, Myanmar and Vietnam. On Friday, Prime Minister Hun Sen announced he would spend about $27 million to help prop up the struggling sector.

When news of yesterday’s protests reached the authorities, Council of Ministers spokesman Phay Siphan took to Facebook to urge farmers to remain calm until the effects of the government intervention could be felt. He also threatened a harsh response to demonstrators.

“Bad individuals or groups using the price of rice as a means to organise people to create turmoil must face responsibility in front of the law,” Siphan said.

According to Chanthy, the protests began about 8am when three large bags of rice were dumped on the road. But the farmers quickly picked the rice up so as not to cause traffic congestion. Still, he said the protests would continue if government support was short-lived.

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