According to that Wiki article, in Holland it's called a Rump government.'undefined' wrote:that's because he wasn't a caretaker until after the elections:kansaicanuck wrote:Anyone else notice that the Post now continually refers to HE as 'Caretaker' ? I can't recall ever seeing that until the sale of the Post.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caretaker ... Caretakers
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For the last two days my morning* emails from them have been in Khmer. Yesterday an English language email followed, today it has not.gavinmac wrote:Speculation that the Post may switch to Chinese language?
On The Block: Is The Phnom Penh Post Going 金边邮报?
By John Le Fevre on July 14, 2018
Just two months after Malaysian business entrepreneur Sivakumar S Ganapathy (aka Siva Kumar G) purchased The Phnom Penh Post from Australian mining magnate Bill Clough (See: New Era For The Phnom Penh Post Under Malaysian PR Company Ownership the future of Cambodia’s oldest newspaper is again under a cloud.
According to previously reliable Twitter user ‘Violet Baudelaire’ (@ioBaudelaire), who claims to be a Post employee, the almost 26-year old publication has been sold to Chinese owned Prince Real Estate Group, one of Cambodia’s largest property developers. The official announcement is to be made on Tuesday next week (July 17), ‘Ms Baudelaire’ tweeted.
If true the sale will likely herald the end for the English-language version of The Phnom Penh Post.
People familiar with Prince Real Estate Group told AEC News Today its efforts are “entirely focused on the Chinese market”, while recent reports say the print run for both language editions of the Post have dropped to a mere 2,000 copies in total, with printing staff said to be only working between three and five hours a day.
Read more: On The Block: Is The Phnom Penh Post Going... Going... 金边邮报?
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*morning meaning anywhere from 11 AM to 4 PM for them nowadays.
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As of this week they are gone again. The crossword and sudoku were the only reason to still pick up a copy....gavinmac wrote:The crossword and sudoku are back, or were never dropped.
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