No Political Crisis exists in Cambodia, PM Says

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PM meet garment workers at Preak Tea in Por Senchey district ,Phnom Penh. KT/Ven Rathavong

Prime Minister Hun Sen reaffirmed that no political crisis existed and the upcoming elections will take place as scheduled.

Speaking on Wednesday during the meeting with garment workers in Phnom Penh, Mr. Hun Sen said that peace prevailed in Cambodia and no
political crisis exists.

“Cambodia does not have war or political crisis at all,” he said, adding that those who claimed that political crisis existed were those
who committed crimes.

Mr Hun Sen yesterday reaffirmed that he would not negotiate with former CNRP leader Sam Rainsy or any politicians linked to the party
because it has been dissolved.

Mr Rainsy has lived in self-imposed exile since 2015 after being hit with slew of court cases, including by Mr Hun Sen who accused him of
defamation.

Mr Hun Sen added that the workers, businessmen and farmers continued doing their jobs as usual while the tourism was booming.

The premier reiterated the national election is scheduled to take place on July 29 without a delay.

 

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