Tag Archive: Government

EU Parliament and Cambodia National Election 2013 stalemate.

85 Members of the European Parliament from the Liberal Group (ALDE) call for an investigation into Cambodia’s recent elections to find out the truth and make sure the respect of the people’s will.  … Continue reading

Cambodia political stalemate – Wednesday, September 25, 2013.

Rainsy says CNRP doesn’t recognize newly-formed government The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) leader Sam Rainsy said that the CNRP doesn’t recognize the newly formed government of Prime Minister Hun Sen. Speaking at… Continue reading

Uncle Sam – Sick or not sick?

America’s Economic Depression In 5 Charts This is not what economic recovery looks like. This is, however, what an economic depression looks like: First, the American workforce is far smaller than it was… Continue reading

Cambodian Reality – Fire in Sihanoukville: no power, no water!

A fire in a restaurant ripped through neighboring businesses Easter morning in one of the tourism hub’s busiest streets, leaving guesthouses, bars and restaurants a smoldering wreck. Monkey Republic guesthouse and restaurant, a dive shop and… Continue reading

Cambodia Valentine worries.

Government offers Valentine’s warning. Government ministries have sent a message “reminding” Cambodian youths – particularly girls and young women – to stay virgins this Valentine’s Day. Sivann Botum, a Ministry of Women’s Affairs… Continue reading

Kambodscha – Heimat und Land geklaut.

Dieser Bericht des ZDF ist über drei Jahre alt; er hat aber an Aktualität eher noch gewonnen. Denn in diesen Tagen wird das Vertreiben der mittellosen Menschen noch brutaler gehandhabt. Dem Bericht einer kambodschanisch sprachigen Tageszeitung… Continue reading

Thailand: The Evolving Conflict In The South.

After a decade of violence, the capabilities of Malay-Muslim insurgents in Thailand’s Deep South are outpacing the countermeasures of successive governments in Bangkok that have been mired in complacency and protracted national-level political… Continue reading

Phnom Penh – Let there be light! Better light?

Phnom Penh signs city lights contract with a French company. Phnom Penh City Hall had signed a contract with the French company Citelum on Monday to broaden and modernize its public lighting system… Continue reading

France: Rebellion of the CEOs.

By Alvaro Vargas Llosa Published November 17, 2012  –  FoxNews.com. You know a European country is in trouble when its business leaders complain about government spending and taxes. You know it’s seriously in… Continue reading