When incumbent government changed which level of positions shall be changed?

Political history of Cambodia has illustrated less scene on how changing from government to government affects on incumbent government’s level of public servants? Major scenes are regime change which changed the whole system. But during the UN’s monitored election in 1993, the change of government was become impossible as two prime ministers and other two …

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CNRP’s Action Plan and Political Platform

VOA Interviewing of MP Son Chhay and Expected New CNRP Policy Undertaking First of all, I would like to congratulate MP Son Chhay who are selected to monitor this task. MP Son Chhay is known for his work seniority, parliamentary knowledge, integrity, and political moderation. According to this interview, the task of transformation CNRP from …

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CAMBODIA: Some thoughts for 2014 by Dr. Peang-met

FOR PUBLICATION AHRC-ETC-002-2014 January 15, 2014 An article by Dr. Gaffar Peang-Meth published by the Asian Human Rights Commission CAMBODIA: Some thoughts for 2014 Confucius (551-479BC): “Learning without thought is labor lost; thought without learning is perilous.” Albert Einstein (1879-1955): “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Leaders of both the …

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CAMBODIA: Understanding nation building

FOR PUBLICATION AHRC-ETC-025-2013 July 2, 2013 They may look simple, but each stage requires considerable knowledge and understanding, and all five stages are interrelated and provide a formidable vision of nation-building. 1. Identity: People must think of themselves first and foremost as citizens of the nation; original identification with a tribe, region, or subnational group must …

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