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Comment on CAMBODIA: New Political Trend of Positive Change by Our Ritthy

Dear Mr. Ou Ritthy;

As current deadlock is on its way, CNRP must not only stick on nonviolent mass demonstration as only one possible means; there are many other possible means waiting ahead. If the CNRP accepted the 55 seats as its base to build the foundation for reform; the time is fast approaching before the round table talk invited by the King. Or the meeting is a pending scenario prior to the formation of the new government? I don’t know how the leaders are trading off in mind but the political communication for public stunt is rolling non-stopped and the leaders must adopt, adjust and adjourn wisely and flexibly.

I am enriched and empowered by your thought provoking article. Among youths of youths, I think you have taken step of political advancement far beyond current Cambodian context. Talking about youths’ political socialization, yours is moving far beyond them and out-dating most incumbent Cambodian politicians.
Courtesy: Social Business News

Courtesy: Social Business News

As a keen futuristic political observer, the trend of change in political culture on behavior, leadership, socialization, participation and power perception, is on its unobstructed rolling. I have placed a lot of hope on young Cambodians representing 30% as the agent of political realism and pragmatism in this country. I can see that at the moment, many Cambodian politicians have been outdated by those young generations. As a outdated product, there will be no market or inventory shelve to sell those products any more.
One of the examples, while the CNRP has changed its policy to non-confrontational approach, the CPP is still strongly undertaking that past habitual confrontational means. Part of political will, and I don’t see concrete message on internal reform, CPP has keen interested on the grassroots movement and the power of this social stratum by increasing wage to those commune councilors. The use of this existing tool might not be effective for CPP to call back confidence at all. CPP must focus on macro reform and the change of its political leadership. On a glimpse of current movement and social change, the Premier must consider himself a great leap of sacrifice by undertaking political retirement by early or middle period before or during the upcoming government if it is to be fully formed. Doing so, the Premier can retain both personal interest and party interest.
For CNRP, the conglomeration of all democratic bodies is impregnably to boost current confidence but it doesn’t ensure that the future is resulted the same if the leadership doesn’t answer the demand for the youths and the futurists. As current deadlock is on its way, CNRP must not only stick on nonviolent mass demonstration as only one possible means; there are many other possible means waiting ahead. If the CNRP accepted the 55 seats as its base to build the foundation for reform; the time is fast approaching before the round table talk invited by the King. Or the meeting is a pending scenario prior to the formation of the new government? I don’t know how the leaders are trading off in mind but the political communication for public stunt is rolling non-stopped and the leaders must adopt, adjust and adjourn wisely and flexibly.
Peace,
Sophoan
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