I think that the lesson Hun Sen took from the 2013 elections is that it is better to be feared than loved ... And if you don’t like [him], to make sure there are no other choices.
We considered him our hero for the nation. We are very sad and nothing can compare to his loss.
Everyone cried, even the prime minister. It was like a shock. [We] didn’t expect the worst thing to happen to him ... we don’t understand why it happened so fast.
Sok An ... controll[ed] so many administrative bodies and state institutions that he was likened to a Hindu god with 48 arms.
As MFIs close, rural clients will not have access to the same services that were once provided to them that are used to cover immediate financial needs.
It will ultimately hurt the poor in Cambodia who will lose access to finance ... Interest rate controls are demonstrably the wrong policy.
We are not scared [of the report], but we have to carry out the law.
If society does not value them, they will become worse and worse, they cannot enjoy their rights or participate in society.
Replace the commune chief who serves the party with a commune chief who serves the people.
The men and women should have equal rights. For some men, they are the breadwinner, so they are a bit arrogant and think they can do whatever they want to women. In fact, it is not equal.
Be careful ... If I work for an NGO, I have rights, but when I am wrong, I will be in jail. If I am a journalist, I have rights, but when those rights impact on other people, I will be in jail.
This was the result of the discussion between His Excellency Kem Sokha and me. His Excellency often sends information to me including about releasing statements.
How could the court not find anybody else that was behind the shooter? The public just don’t believe this is over a debt of $3,000.
Let’s wait and see this year about the rate of free press in the United States … Everyone keep your eyes on this, be a watchdog on human rights in the United States.
In our ranks, the head becomes big while the legs are small.