Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Vote or No Vote, Hun Sen is still there!

Never having fair or just election happening in Cambodia. NEC and Constitutional Committees are just the CPP's dropping.

SRP and HRP have done the right thing, in the right time, and right legal movement.

Consider vote-fraud by these 6 categories:

1. The NEC passed the duties to the communals and villages heads to register the voter-names is intentionally to monitor the votes for CPP.

2. Psychologically understandable the truth through NEC's agents' speech such as: do accordingly to the legal system(sic), and importantly to divert the attention of Cambodian peoples by appealing them to check their names immediately this October to have rights to vote. This statement has been repeatedly mentioned by NEC because millions of Cambodian people lost their rights to vote.

3. These 7 irregularities are just the sample which are the primary evidences to point out many other offensive irregularities incompatible to the standard and fair election. Many other issues are uncountable such as vote-buying, public officalization to become CPP's active agents by forcing and intimidating, populatization of illegal Vietnamese immigrants to increase their votes, as well as to use national asset for the CPP's interest etc

4. Hun Sen organized national election solely in the intent of legitimizing his power in front of Cambodian people and international communities. In reality, Hun Sen will never quit from his job in any conditions until he is 90 years old. This is the REALITY.

6. Why NEC and CC promptly rejected the complaints even though one ballot-box dare not to recount. This means, NEC and CC have been clearly known before hand that there are much more fraudulent vote-ballots in that box.

KY

2 comments:

Mediawatch-Newstopia said...

KY;
Referring to your thought "Hun Sen will never quit from his job in any conditions until he is 90 years old. This is the REALITY".

As seen in many predecessors before him, none of them wanted to quit during their high in political career. If not the coup of 18 Macrh 1970, King father would love to remain as the Father of the Nation, even if that he is retired now but did not show any sign of slow down in his opinions about his beloved country - Cambodia. Lon Nol would be still there if his regime did not falled to the Democratic Kampuchea. Pol Pot would of course still use his iron grips on his people if he did not become paranoid about his direction and the subsequence purge on his poeple - revolutionary people.
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3. "These 7 irregularities are just the sample which are the primary evidences to point out many other offensive irregularities incompatible to the standard and fair election. Many other issues are uncountable such as vote-buying, public officalization to become CPP's active agents by forcing and intimidating, populatization of illegal Vietnamese immigrants to increase their votes, as well as to use national asset for the CPP's interest etc"

Early on before the election, NEC has reveamped lists of voters. A 6 digit figures' name were deleted and Sam Rainsy did the right thing by asking and demanding NEC to reinstead but failed to follow up for further checks and balances. His strategy, my personal opinion, is if nothing rectified now then there will be another drama after the election - of course, for the past 2 elections of 1998 and 2003 seeing stand-off and dead lock, which is working [brought the majority to compromise on certain key positions within the parliament watch dog].

This time is completely a new ball game. CPP would never bend itself again to any demand as they hold 90 seats or 2/3 of the seats in N/A [majority of lower and upper house of any demcratic countries are doing the same thing - using its absolute numbers to govern the country].

I think the issue will be there for elections to come. For fact that biase is a disease that people of Cambodia immuned to it whether or not they are followers or supporters of this or that political party. They failed to understand the small prints and languages used and spoken by many politicians and we all know that politicians spoke common/ordinary people language - the language many of us want to hear.

If NEC to be overhauled completely [people and laws govern the office and election] there will be still problems after the election - no one can guarantee the neutrality and independent of NEC even if opposition party was the majority in that organization.

I am not pointing fingue to either side but this is sadly truth within the context and situations reflecting by political parties in Cambodia.

Mediawatch-Newstopia said...

KY;
Good morning. Came back for more reading but seemd that you are busy.

Just posted a blog "A Too Many Play Safe Game", written based on my understanding of a particularly scenario "To Take Oath on 25 September 2008, the day after the new National Assembly opening session" - letter to HRH King Norodom Sihanouk.

Here blow are the last 3 paragraphs

By stepping their opposition to the results of this year's election is to show their supporters and followers, as well as Cambodia people; that SRP and HRP are deadly serious about any type of engineered manipulation for a landslide victory. This [action], of course; is indeed a good deed and in line with democratic principle.

By accepting to take oath on 25 September 2008, the day after the new National Assembly opening session, is said so far to recognize the election results however party is chosen to keep to themselves and not wanting to disclose to theirs from followers and supporters. This [action] is nothing more than the party psychological and egoist game in getting the followers and supporters rally behind the party for now and hope that soon enough people will forget about it.

Word best describe for this particular scenario

What SRP & HRP Talk In Public and Do Behind The Closed Door Is Two Completely Different Affairs

Appreciate your opinion and comment.

Have a good week-end