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Senate and the National Assembly Condemn Sam Rainsy

PHNOM PENH: The Senate and the National Assembly of Cambodia have jointly condemned opposition leader Sam Rainsy for comments he made insulting the King of Cambodia.

In a statement jointly released by the Senate and the National Assembly of Cambodia, both entities said they consider Sam Rainsy’s comments to be the most serious crime in violation of the Constitution of Cambodia, which states that the King cannot be violated by anyone.

The Senate and the National Assembly have called on the competent institutions and authorities to take the strictest legal action against Sam Rainsy in accordance with the Constitution and the laws in force.

The Senate and the National Assembly further expressed their full support for the campaign announced by Prime Minister Hun Sen to eradicate Sam Rainsy’s so-called “extremist ideology” stemming from “three generations of traitors,” in order to maintain the peace and social stability of Cambodia in all circumstances.

At the same time, the Senate and the National Assembly have expressed a determination to continue marching with the King and defending the Constitution, to protect the Royal Government, the throne, and especially the King from being violated.



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