Radio Free Asia :
CHEAM YEAP : He lambasted Sam Rainsy for calling for foreign intervention in Cambodia’s domestic affairs.
At one point, the angry Cheam Yeap said he hoped misfortune would befall the opposition politician.
“When Sam Rainsy touches Cambodian soil, he provokes chaos,” he said. “I hope his plane crashes and he dies.”
ASIAN CORRESPONDENT :
Phnom Penh Post :
Premier seeks KRT aid from US :
Prime Minister Hun Sen made a direct request to US Secretary of State John Kerry for increased funding to the cash-strapped court.
CPP fills seats with … CPP
Ruling party lawmakers yesterday unanimously voted to fill each of the National Assembly’s nine commissions with their own members
Among the five Cambodian People’s Party members voted onto each committee are three former provincial governors, two former ministers, and Hun Many and Sar Sokha – the sons of Prime Minister Hun Sen and Interior Minister Sar Kheng, respectively.
HENG SAMRIN : “We must have political reconciliation,”
“If the government supports development, it should go about it in a way that does not harm its citizens,”
Cambodia Daily :
BANGKOK POST :
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has postponed delivering its ruling on the border dispute between Thailand and Cambodia in connection with the boundaries set in the World Court’s judgement on the ancient Preah Vihear temple in 1962 awarding it to Cambodia, Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul said on Friday.
Mr Surapong said he was informed that the ruling would now probably be given in February next year, because the ICJ judges are occupied with other cases at this time.Tweets by @cambodge_info
11 Oct 2013