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The strategic partnership with Viet Nam is being temporarily suspended
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« Vous posséderez ce que vous possédiez déjà ».
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Le ministère de l’Agriculture du Vietnam vient de le confirmer !
18 Feb 2016
Pourquoi HENG Samrin, président de l’Assemblée Nationale, n’a pas voulu transmettre la lettre d’un député de l’Opposition adressée au Premier Ministre HUN Sen à ce sujet ?
03 Feb 2016
Nominations à la fin du Congrès
Secrétaire Général du Parti : Nguyen Phu Trong
President : Tran Dai Quang
Premier Ministre : Nguyen Xuan Phuc (Vice-PM sous Dung à gauche de Trong sur la photo)
Présidente de l’Assemblée : Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan (Une femme nommée à ce poste)
Newly re-elected Vietnam Communist Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong, center front, flanked by Politburo members Tran Dai Quang, second left, Nguyen Xuan Phuc, second right, and Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan, right, at the closing ceremony in Hanoi, Jan. 28, 2016.
La bataille va être saignante !
As delegates gathered in a vast hall under portraits of revolutionary leaders Ho Chi Minh, Marx and Lenin, there were indications that the party old guard would push out pro-market leaning reformers led by Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung. “Nguyen Tan Dung’s political career can be declared ‘clinically dead,'” one senior communist party official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told AFP.
Since Vietnam’s constitution gives the president plenty of power, including the authority to propose the election and dismissal of all government officials and overall command of the armed forces, Quang could limit the influence of the prime minister if he chooses to exercise his constitutional power. Furthermore, while Dung ranked second in the former Politburo, Phuc ranks only sixth in the the new Politburo. He is not expected to exercise the same amount of power as Dung did.
Trong was ostensibly reelected to preserve the unity of the party, but he is not expected to serve a full term. When he steps down, the Central Committee will elect a replacement. If it chooses to elect Quang as general secretary and allows him to retain his position as state president, it would make him first among equals and facilitate the country’s capability to take quick, timely, and decisive actions.
PM Dung ne serait pas Secrétaire Général du Parti. Ses réformes sont critiquées par le Congrès. Il serait poussé vers la sortie politique. Le parti vire vers la gauche toute, pro-chinoise !
Nguyen Phu Trong (seul candidat) restera le Secrétaire Général du Parti. Le nouveau Premier Ministre sera nommé par l’Assemblée du Peuple plus tard. Ce ne sera pas Dung !
Les Etats-Unis vont perdre un allié de poids dans la Région, surtout dans le conflit de la Mer de Chine du Sud avec la Chine.
Quelles seraient les conséquences de cette secousse politique au Vietnam pour le Cambodge ?
La nouvelle équipe va continuer les réformes entreprises par Dung le Premier Ministre sortant, spécifiquement en ce qui concerne le volet TPP signé par le Vietnam. Dans le domaine de la politique étrangère un équilibre est à trouver dans les relations avec la Chine et les Etats-Unis surtout dans le conflit de la Mer de Chine du Sud.
My age is high, health is limited, knowledge is limited. I asked to step down, but because of the responsibility assigned by the party I have to perform my duty,” “I’m also worried because the upcoming work is heavy.”
26 Jan 2016
La position de la Russie se précise
04 Jan 2016
C’est la saison et le moment de prêter allégeance !
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“The EU should use this opportunity to make it loud and clear to Vietnam that friendly trade relations will be accompanied by increasing demands on human rights,” said Brad Adams, Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “The EU should insist that Vietnam agree to clear and verifiable benchmarks for progress, or Vietnam will simply make empty promises.”
15 Dec 2015
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Above is an example of a so called “Map Bonne”, signed with Vietnam on December 27th, 1985 and used for the demarcation of Border with Vietnam.
This is not a map that makes use of Bonne projection, eventhough they call it Bonne. For short this is not a MAP.
1 – There is no information related to the Bonne Projection itself, ie. no Meridian of Origine, no Latitude of Origine. When France drew a MAP with Bonne projection the Meridian of Origine and the Latitude of Origine were provided. In case of Cambodia MO = 116 grades East from Paris, LO = 19 grades.
2 – There is no information related to the Origine of the Coordinates used to position the MAP itself. In French Bonne Map the origine of the coordinates was provided comparing with the Origine of the Bonne Projection : MO : 700 Km west, LO : 1000 Km South.
3 – There is no GRID (1km X 1km) that would help you to position any POINT on the MAP. Without the Bonne Projection and the Origine of the Coordinates Systems, it is impossible to draw the Map grid. Using this map you really do not know where you are.
1 – This paper is not a MAP and surely IS NOT a BONNE MAP.
2 – With this PAPER you don’t know how to position a partular Point on the ground using the International Coordinates System in Longitude and Latitude.
3 – This paper can not be used for Border Demarcation. Because nobody know where to put the LANDMARKS.
For your comparaison you can see a French MAP with BONNE projection by clicking : PREY VENG 209E
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Ahead of a meeting between Cambodian and Vietnamese border officials in Phnom Penh on Monday, opposition leader Sam Rainsy said Sunday that the CNRP’s digital copy of the border map had now been set up to work with GPS technology and had already revealed misplaced border posts in Svay Rieng province.
06 Jul 2015
PHNOM PENH, July 2 (Xinhua) — Cambodia has demanded Vietnam to immediately cease all planned road construction and other infrastructure along the border until the Joint Border Commission (JBC) of the two countries have completely demarcated the borderline.
According to a diplomatic note sent to the Vietnamese government on Wednesday and posted on the Cambodian foreign ministry’s website Thursday, Cambodia requested Vietnam to provide the locations where its authorities have planned to construct roads and other infrastructures.
The country also asked Vietnam to show map indicating the locations of road construction alongside with the border where the JBC has already agreed to implant border pillars or decided to exchange the land in the framework of the 2011 MoU (Memorandum of Understanding).
Moreover, it demanded Vietnam to stop as earlier as possible the construction of three road segments, which are as close as 10 meters from the borderline in Cambodia’s Svay Rieng province, saying that the border pillars at the area have not yet been demarcated.
This was the fourth diplomatic note Cambodia sent to Vietnam since last month asking the Hanoi government to respect the borderline.
Speaking in a press conference on Thursday, Var Kimhong, Cambodian Senior Minister in charge of Border Affairs, said the country sent those diplomatic notes to Vietnam because Vietnam violated a bilateral border agreement that prevents either side from developing in non-demarcated border areas.
“They (Vietnam) have violated the Joint Press Communique of January 17, 1995 between the two countries by building roads and a military post, and digging ponds at the locations where have not been fully demarcated yet,” he said.
Var Kimhong said a special JBC meeting of the two countries will be held from July 6 to 9 in Cambodia’s Siem Reap province in order to solve the remaining border issues and recent violent clashes along the borderline.
Cambodia shares a 1,270 km border in the east with Vietnam. To date, about 80 percent of the border demarcation between the two countries has been completed.
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HUN SEN / SAR KHENG, IS THIS WHAT YOU WANT?
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