That guy got the heads up and did a runner after successfully moving up the ranks to be a commander. I suggest we all know by now, exactly just what it takes to move up through the ranks in Cambodia.According to Remy, Prime Minister Hun Sen’s fight against the Pol Pot-led Khmer Rouge – of which he was once also a member – culminated in the January 7, 1979, liberation from the brutal regime, and was testament to the premier’s human rights credentials.
“It is time for those who work in human rights to offer him [Hun Sen] the Nobel Peace Prize or an award for human rights,” he said.
reminds me of the greed and power thread.APHR’s chair Charles Santiago said the continued pushback to the report showed that APHR had clearly hit a nerve.
“The continued reaction to our well-researched and thoroughly sourced report suggests that the Cambodian government knows they’ve got a lot to account for and would prefer to bury their heads in the sand rather than confront these issues and engage in necessary reforms,” he said.