I hope that people will not just look at this film as a history lesson but they will walk away with a new love and respect for the country.
We have to assume, differently from the government of Donald Trump, that climate change is coming. Up until now it’s been half-hearted ... We’ve not been serious about this.
It’s very encouraging that clear progress is being made toward ending the exploitation of children who have been unnecessarily institutionalised.
We don’t understand how they can threaten to dissolve a party that is so popular, that got so many votes in 2013 despite the breaches and irregularities. The EU needs to act if it wants to remain credible.
No matter [whether you’re] Cambodian, as well as foreigners, tell all your friends, if you support the colour revolution, prepare your own coffin.
If I was still the president, and the party gets dissolved, is there a benefit? It only damages our interests, the party’s interests and the nation’s interest.
I think that [the CPP] would not dare to do this. If they do it, it’s like it kills itself, it does not profit, and only unites together the same Khmers [against it].
The Kunthea story brought me much pain. I am still very shocked and afraid; I stay indoors, in my house, and I don’t work in Phnom Penh anymore.
I am speechless after having received the summons. [It can be] seen clearly on social media pictures that I was surrounded and beaten by five or six security guards, and I was helped by the people – if not, I would had got serious injuries or lost my life.
It shows they record everyone’s conversations and use them as they please.
We consider [our] forces are the forces that can stop or prevent it from implementing its desires easily.
Quite clearly, Hun Sen’s take away from the 2013 election was to leave nothing to chance next time around, and in his world view that apparently means using the laws to obliterate the opposition.
It seems like now Hun Sen has no shame. The end objective of all of this is to put the whole main opposition on their knees.
When the verdict is definitive, freeze . . . [and] sell those assets. I heard that the party’s headquarters is in Sam Rainsy’s name, so sell the party headquarters at auction.
It is fundamental for a free country that is strongly built on democratic principles. It’s not about Kem Sokha, or Sar Kheng or Sam Rainsy or anybody, it’s about an institution.