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Deputy Prime Minister, Minister in Charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers, At the Opening of the Second National Conference on "The Preservation and Development of Khmer Culture and Art" 22 October 2004  
 
 
I would like to request your newspaper to print my response to the AFP article entitled "Army Japanese group start demining work " reissued in your newspaper on 10 september 2004  
 
THE BAR ASSOCIATION OF THE KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA  
 
Keynote Address by Samdech HUN SENPrime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia. At the International Conference of
Asian Political Parties (ICAPP)Beijing, 3-5 September 2004
 

Samdech HUN SEN PRIME MINISTER OF THE ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF CAMBODIA Government-Donor Pre-CG Meeting
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Address at the National Conference on Administrative Reforms
Phnom Penh, 25 August 2004

 
 
 
 
 
Opening Speech of Senior Minister H.E. SOK AN Minister in charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers and Vice-President of the Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority at the National Conference on Mine Action Achievements  
OPENING SPEECH BY H.E Mr. SOK AN SENOR MINISTER,MINISTER IN-CHARGE OF THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS AT THE NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON DEVELOPMENT OF VOCATIONAL TRAINING SYSTEM IN CAMBODIA  
Most de son Excellence Monsiuer Sok An Minister d’Etat, Ministre chagé de la Pésidence du Conseil des Minstres(Février 13,2004)  
 
Senior Minister and Minister of the Council of Ministers and Chairman of the Cambodian National Tourism Authority in the Opening Ceremony of the International Conference on Tourism Development Royal University of Phnom Penh, Campus II January 9, 2004  
Speech by His Excellency Mr.Sok An Senior Minister, Minister in charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers at the Medal Awarding Ceremony to Ms. EVA MYSLIWIEC, Executive Director of the Cambodia Development Resource Institute Phnom Penh, December 17, 2003  
 
 
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bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) The holding of the second General Elections in 1998 which were organized by the Cambodian people themselves were both fully in line with the spirit of 1993 Constitution of the Kingdom of Cambodia and an expression of our continued implementation of democratic, liberal and multi-party system so as to put into full play the sense of mastership over the country's destiny as well as enhancing the Cambodian nation's prestige in the international arena. Starting from the above historical event that the international community viewed it as a miracle of the Mekong River, the Royal Government of Cambodia, with Samdech Prime Minister Hun Sen at the helm, came into being and laid down a triangular strategy aimed at boosting a sustainable national development.
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Opening Speech by His Excellency Mr. Sok An  Senior Minister, Minister in Charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers And Chairman of the Cambodian National Tourism Authority at the 1998-2002 Tourism Review Conference and Objectives ahead for 2003 Phnom Penh, 7th May 2003 2003

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SPEECH BY His Excellency Sok An Senior Minister, Minister in charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers and Vice-President of Cambodian Mine Acton and Victim Assistance Authority at the Dinner Reception offered in honor of Delegations attending the Regional Seminar on “Building a Cooperative Future for Mine Action in South-East Asia” Phnom Penh, March 26, 2003

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CLOSING SPEECH BY His Excellency Sok An Senior Minister, Minister in charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers and Vice-President of Cambodian Mine Acton and Victim Assistance Authority at Regional Seminar on  “Building a Cooperative Future for Mine Action in South-East Asia”Phnom Penh, March 26-28, 2003

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Notes for Remarks and Toast by His Excellency Sok An Luncheon for the UN Delegation at the conclusion of the negotiations Hotel Le Royal, 17 March 2003

bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) His Excellency Sok An Senior Minister, Minister in charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers and Vice-President of Cambodian Mine Acton and Victim Assistance Authority at the Dinner Reception offered in honor of Delegations attending the Regional Seminar on “Building a Cooperative Future for Mine Action in South-East Asia” Phnom Penh, March 26, 2003 (New)
bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) Notes for Remarks and Toast by His Excellency Sok An Luncheon for the UN Delegation at the conclusion of the negotiations Hotel Le Royal, 17 March 2003
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STATEMENT BY THE CAMBODIAN DELEGATION TO THE UNITED NATIONS REGARDING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF EXTRAORDINARY CHAMBERS WITHIN THE COURTS OF CAMBODIA

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THE RULE OF LAW AND THE LEGACY OF CONFLICT Gaborone, Botswana, 16-19 January 2003 PRESENTATION BY

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Statement by the Cambodian delegation to the United Nations regarding the establishment of extraordinary chamber within the courts of Cambodia (13 January 2003)

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Follow-Up Experts' Conference on the International Criminal Court Intercontinental Hotel, Phnom Penh, 10 October 2002
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bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) SPEECH Delivered by H.E. Mr. SOK AN, Senior Minister, Chairman of the Cambodian National Petroleum Authority of the Royal Government of Cambodia during The Official Signing Ceremony of the Award of the Petroleum Production Sharing Contract covering Block A, Offshore Cambodia August 15th 2002, 15: 00 p.m
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bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) By H.E Suy Sem, Minister of Industry, Mines and Energy, in the Signing Ceremony on Memorandum of Understanding for The Demonstrative Research Project on Combined Power Generation Systems and the Demonstrative Research Project on Dispersed Power Generation Systems, under the financial supported by NEDO, Japan.
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Opening Speech By H.E. Sok An, Senior Minister and Minister in charge of the Council of Ministers National Stakeholder Workshop On "Population and Development. Priority Issues For Cambodia Jointly organized by  The Ministry of Planning and UNFPA  Hotel Intercontinental, Phnom Penh  17 July 2002

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Welcome Speech By H. E. Chhay Than, Minister of Planning National Stakeholder Workshop On Population and Development.. Priority Issues For Cambodia" Jointly organized by The Ministry of Planning, and UNFPA Hotel Intercontinental, Phnom Penh 17 July 2002

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bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) “GOVERNANCE ACTION PLAN” Speech by H.E. SOK AN Senior Minister, Minister in charge of The Office of the Council of Ministers, and Chairman of the Council for Administrative Reform Consultative Group Meeting Phnom Penh 19 - 21 June 2002
bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) "ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM IN CAMBODIA" Speech by H.E. SOK AN Senior Minister, Minister in charge of The Office of the Council of Ministers, and Chairman of the Council for Administrative Reform Consultative Group Meeting Phnom Penh 19 - 21 June 2002
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SPEECH OF HIS EXCELLENCY SOK AN SENIOR MINISTER IN CHARGE OF THE OFFICE OF THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS AND CHAIRMAN OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE DEMOBILIZATION OF ARMED FORCES AT THE OFFICIAL CEREMONY LAUNCHING THE DISTRIBUTION OF SECOND ROUND OF FOOD SUPPLY TO THE DEMOBILIZED SOLDIERS UNDER THE 2001 FIRST FULL-SCALE DEMOBILIZATION AND REINTEGRATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM TAKEO, JUNE 16,2002  (16-06-02)

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ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF CAMBODIA Opening address by H.E Sok An,Senior Minister in charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers At the Workshop (1) on Doctrine of Precedents, Separation of Power, Cheeks and BalancesConference Hall, Ministry of Justice, Phnom Penh 10-11 June, 2002 (10-06-02)

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bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) Speech by H.E. Mr. Sok An Senior Minister, Minister in Charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers at the Second Annual Workshop on Strengthening Forest Crime Monitoring and Reporting 27-28 March 2002  (28-03-02)
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CAMBODIAN WOMEN'S DECLARATION ON THE 92ND  ANNIVERSARY OF INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY  8TH  MARCH 2002 (05-03-02)

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Address BY Samdech HUN SEN Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia to «the Fifth Government-Private Sector Forum»  at the Chaktomuk Conference Hall Phnom Penh, 28 February 2002 (04-03-02)

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His Excellency Hans Corell  Under Secretary-General for Legal Affairs The Legal Counsel United Nations  (15-02-02)

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Mr. KEAT CHHON Sir. MINISTER MINISTER OF ECONOMY AND FINANCE Royal Government of Cambodia-Donor Monitoring Meeting Phnom Penh, 16 January 2001 "ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: CHECIONG PERFONIRANCE AGAINST GOALS AND FUTURE ACTIONS"  (30-01-02)

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SAMDECH HUN SEN PRIME MINISTER OF THE ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF CAMBODIA  Government-Donor Monitoring Meeting Phnom Penh, 16 January 2002
(22-01-02)

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Senior Minister in charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers Permanent Member of the Supreme Council of State Reform, Chairman of the Council for Administrative Reform (19-01-02)

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bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) Opening Address Samdech Hun Sen Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia. The Government-Donor Monitorin Meeting Phnom Penh, 16 January 2002 (16-01-02)
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bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) Sri Chinmoy Honours His Excellency Samdech Hun Sen  Prime Minister of Cambodia Lifting Up the World With a Oneness-Heart Award December 22nd, 2001, Phnom Penh, Council of Ministers  (25-12-01)
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SPEECH H.E. Chhay Than, Minister of Planning and Chairman of the Council for Social Development On Social Development Policy in Good Governance Framework On the occasion of the Release of the Good Governance Action Plan and Administrative Reform Programme, at Chaktomuk Conference 11 December 2001   (13-12-2001)

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Speech by His Excellency Mr. Sok An Senior Minister, Minister in Charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers at the 5th Asian Petanque Championship Takmau, November, 23-25 2001 (Phnom Penh, 26 October 2001)

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By Nady Tan, Secretary General of the Royal Government
 
(Phnom Penh, 21-23 October 2001)
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( Kampong Chhnaing, 18 October, 2001)
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(Kampong Chhnaing, 18 October, 2001)
bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) Opening Address Delivered by H.E. SOK AN, Senior Minister, Minister in charge of the Council of Ministers at the Opening Ceremony of National Workshop on Second Five-year (2001-2005) Socio- Economic Development Plan in Cambodiania Hotel (15 October 2001)
bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) Speech by His Excellency Mr. Sok An, Senior Minister, Minister in Charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers at the Opening Ceremony of Master of Art in Tourism Development in Phnom Penh University (9 October 2001)
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Speech by His Excellency Mr. Sok An Senior Minister, Minister in Charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers at the 22nd World Tourism Day 27 September 2001 (28-09-01)

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AWARENESS SEMINAR Phnom Penh, 11 -1 3 September 2001 Closing speech by Mr. Etienne Cldment, UNESCO Representative in Cambodia (20-09-01)

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bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) Samdech HUN SEN Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia To the Opening Ceremony of the Workshop on Public Awareness about Information Technology 11 September 2001 (13-09-01)
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Address By Samdech HUN SEN Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia to the International Conference on «building a Coalition for Transparency» Hotel Inter-Continental Phnom Penh, 22 August 2001 (24-08-2001)

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Address By Samdech HUN SEN Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia to «the Fourth Government-Private Sector Forum» Hotel Inter-Continental Phnom Penh, 6 August 2001  (15-08-2001)

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Speech by His Excellency Sok An, Senior Minister, Minister in Charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers, Deputy Chairman of the National Commission for Reform of Weapon Management, and High Representative of Samdech Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia at the Weapons Destruction Ceremony of Kompong Chhnang and Pursat provinces (01-08-2001)

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bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) Speech H.E. Sok An, Senior Minister, Minister in Charge of the Council of Ministers, and Chairman of the National Tourism Authority of Cambodia At the Opening of the National Seminar on Cultural Tourism Royal School of Administration July 3, 2001    (06-07-2001)
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Joint Press Release: Signature of a Memorandum of Understanding between Cambodia and Thailand on the are of their overlapping maritime claims (4 June 2001)  (14-06-2001)

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OPENING ADDRESS DELIVERED BY H. E. Sok An Senior Minister, Minister for the Council of Ministers And The President of the National Tourism Authority of Cambodia to the convention on Tourism Summary of Year 2000 and Upcoming Aim in Year 2001 Hotel Le Royal (May 16-17, 200 1)  (24-05-2001)

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Speech by Samdech HUN SEN Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia At the Opening Ceremony of the 7th Retreat of the ASEAN Economic Ministers Siemrcap, 3rd May 2001 (21-05-2001)

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(At Hotel Inter-Continental on March 29, 200 1)
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bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) Address by Samdech HUN SEN Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia and Chair of the Supreme Council for Culture to the Opening Session of 11th Meeting of the UNESCO Inter-Governmental Committee for Promoting the Return of Cultural Assets to Their Countries of Origin or Their Restitution in Case of Illegal Acquisition Hotel Le Royal, 6 Mai.ch 2001 (16-03-2001)
bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) OPENING ADDRESS OF SAMDECH HUN SEN PRIME MINISTER OF THE ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF CAMBODIA TO THE SECOND NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE GOVERNMENT'S POLITICAL PLATFORM FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND POVERTY REDUCTION PHNOM PENH, 12 MARCH 2001 (16-03-2001)
bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) PRESENTATION BY Mr. KEAT CHHON Sr. MINISTER OF ECONOMY AND FINANCE on <<ACCELERATING ECONOMIC GROWTH TO ALLEVIATE POVERTY>> At the National Conference on Social Development for Poverty Reduction Phnom Penh, 12 March 2001 (16-03-2001)
bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) Speech by H.E. Sok An, Senior Minister, Minister in Charge of the Council of Ministers, Chairman of the Cambodian National Commission for UNESCO, on the Occasion of Opening Ceremony of the 11th Session of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee Hotel Le Royal, March 6,2001 (16-03-2001)
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Senior Minister and Minister for the Council of Ministers Royal Government of Cambodia to the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) Conference on «the Role of Food Aid in Cambodia» Economics and Finance Institute, 9 February 2001 (13-02-2001)

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Samdech HUN SEN Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia to «the Third Government-Private Sector Forum» at the Chaktomuk Conference Hall Phnom Penh, 7 February 2001 (12-02-2001)

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OPENING ADDRESS OF SAMDECH HUN SEN PRIME MINISTER OF THE ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF CAMBODIA At the Government-Donor Monitoring Meeting Phnom Penh, 29 January, 2001  (06-02-2001)

bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) CLOSING ADDRESS OF SAMDECH HUN SEN PRIME MINISTER OF THE ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF CAMBODIA At the Government-Donor monitoring Meeting Phnom Penh, 29 January 2001 (06-02-2001)
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Samdech HUN SEN Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia to the Plenary Session of the Association of Asian Parliamentarians for Peace at the Chaktaumuk Conference Hall (18-01-2001)

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Address By Samdech HUN SEN Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia during the Ceremony to launch the first batch of a Masters Program at the Royal Academy of Cambodia 11 January, 2001 (18-01-2001)

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Presentation and Comments On the Draft Law On The Establishment Of Extraordinary Chambers In The Courts Of Cambodia For The Prosecution Of Crimes Committed During The Period Of Democratic Kampuchea by His Excellency Sok An, Senior Minister, Minister in Charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers, President of the Task Force for Cooperation with Foreign Legal Experts and Preparation of the Proceedings for the Trial of Senior Khmer Rouge Leaders  (10-01-2001)

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CAMBODIA’S FUTURE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA (20-12-2000)

bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) On behalf of the Royal Government and People of Cambodia, I have the great pleasure to extend to you personally as President elect, my warmest congratulations and best wishes of good health, happiness and success, and of prosperity to the people of the United States of America (18-12-2000)
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ASIAN NETWORK FOR THE 21st CENTURY THE ELEVENTH ASIAN INTERNATIONAL NETWORK SEMINAR FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT & EMPOWERMENT OF VILLAGE COMMUNITY CAPACITY SPEECH BY H.E. SOK AN SENIOR MINISTER IN CHARGE OF THE OFFICE OF THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS DECEMBER 4, 2000 (05-12-2000)

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Opening Remark by H.E. Sok An, senior Minister and Minister in charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers at the Poverty Reduction Strategy Workshop 27-29 November 2000 (05-12-2000)

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SPEECH OF H.E. SOK AN SENIOR MINISTER IN VHARGE OF THE OFFICE OF THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS (23-11-2000)

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Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia to the Donor's Meeting on Mine Action Phnom Penh, 16 November, 2000 (23-11-2000)

bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation presents its compliments to all Diplomatic and Consular Missions, United Nations Agencies, International Organizations accredited to the Kingdom of Cambodia and has the honor to enclose herewith the Sub-Decree No 51 dated 14 August 2000 regarding the issuance and the use of the Diplomatic and Official Passports of the Kingdom of Cambodia. (22-08-2000)
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Speech H.E. Mr. SOK AN, Senior Minister, Minister in charge of the Council of Ministers, representative of Samdech Prime Minister Hun Sen, at the inauguration ceremony of the Institute of Technology and Management June 7, 2000 (11-06-2000)

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STATEMENT OF H.E.SOK AN SENIOR MINISTER IN CHARGE OF THE OFFICE OF THE COUNCIL OF MINISTER AND CAHIREMAN OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE DEMOBILIZATION OF ARMED FORCES AT THE CEREMONY TO LAUNCH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PILOT DEMOBILIZATION PROGRAMKAMPOT, MAY 7, 2000 ( 19- 05 - 2000 )

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bullete1.gif (7394 bytes) Samdech HUN SEN Prime Minister Royal Government of Cambodia Keynote Address to The South-South Summit Havana, 12-14 April 2000 ( 06- 05 - 2000 )
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REPORT ON WORKING ACTIVITIES OF THE ROYAL GOVERNMENT IN 1999 (29-03-2000)

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Speech of Samdech Prime Minister Hun Sen to welcome the Third Asian-German Editor Forum (Hotel Le Royal, January 31, 2000) (01-02-2000)

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CAMBODIA'S STRETEGIC AGENDA IN THE NEW MILLENIUM ADDRESS BY SAMDECH HUN SEN PRIME MINISTER OF THE ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF CAMBODIA TO THE "CAMBODIA IN THE NEW MILLENIUM: MANAGING THE PAST AND BUILDING THE FUTURE" CONFERENCE JOINTLY ORGANIZED BY THE CICP AND FES PHNOM PENH, 13 JANUARY 2000 (31-02-2000)

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OPENING ADDRESS OF HIS EXCELLENCY SOK AN SENIOR MINISTER IN CHARGE OF THE OFFICE OF THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS AT THE OPENING OF THE REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON DESIGN ORGANIZED BY THE CAMBODIAN CRAFT COOPERAION AND HANDEWERKSKAMMER OF KOBLENZ, GERMANY AT THE DESIGN CENTER WAT PHNOM, PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA January 24, 2000 (31-02-2000)

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Remarks by Mr. Keat Chhon, Sr. Minister, Minister of Economy and Finance On the Occasion of the Loan Signing Between the RGC and the ADB For the Primary Road Restoration Project Under the Presidency of Samdech HUN SEN, The Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia Phnom Penh, 04 November 1999 ( 11-11-99)

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Statement by the German Ambassador to Cambodia Harald Loeschner Currently Representing the Presidency of the European Union at the Second Quarterly Meeting Between the Royal Government of Cambodia and the Doonors Group on 27 October 1999 ( 29-10-99 )

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SPEECH OF H.E. Sok An, Senior Minister in Charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers on the Inaugurating Ceremony of "European Community street"28 October 1999. ( 29-10-99 )

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OPENING ADDRESS OF SAMDECH HUN SEN PRIME MINISTER OF THE ROYAL GOVERNNMENT OF CAMBODIA ( 29-10-99 )

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Mr. KEAT CHHON Sr. MINISTER MINISTER OF ECONOMY AND FINANCE ON COUNTRY ASSISTANCE STRATEGY (CAS) At the Inter-Ministerial Committee Meeting Phnom Penh, Wednesday, 20 October 1999 (28-10-99)

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Mr. KEAT CHHON Sr. MINISTER MINISTER OF ECONOMY AND FINANCE ON GOVERNANCE ISSUES At the Inter-Ministerial Committee Meeting Phnom Penh, Wednesday, 20 October 1999 (28-10-99)

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OPENING REMARK BY Mr. KEAT CHHON Sr. MINISTER MINISTER OF ECONOMY AND FINANCE ON COUNTRY ASSISTANCE STRATEGY (CAS) At the Inter-Ministerial Committee Meeting Phnom Penh, Wednesday, 20 October 1999 (27-10-99)

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REPORT ON THE ACTIVITIES OF THE ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF CAMBODIA FOR THE FIRST SEMESTER OF 1999 (19-10-99)

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ADDRESS OF SAMDECH HUN SEN Prime Minister of the Royal government of Cambodia United Nations General Assembly New York (Monday, 20th September 1999) (28/9/99)

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AIDE MEMOIRE Meeting between Samdech HUN SEN Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia and His Excellency KOFI ANNAN Secretary General of the United Nations New York, 16 September 1999 (28/9/99)

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Intervention of H.E. Sum Manit Acting Minister for Prime Minister Council For Press Release for the International Year for the Culture of the Culture of Peace. (14th September 1999 at Cambodian National Commission for UNESCO) (15/9/99)

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STATEMENT OF THE SPOKESMAN OF THE PRIME MINISTER OF THE KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA (15/9/99)

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Media Release Launching of the International Year for the Culture of Peace (13/9/99)

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Welcoming Speech By His Excellency Math Ly President of the Cambodia Islamic Association at the seminar opening on "Peace, Human Rights and Sustainable Development" 09-11 September, 1999 at Plaza Hotel, Phnom Penh (09/09/99)

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DECISION On the creation of a working group in cooperation with foreign legal experts to file procedures to try Khmer Rouge criminals. ( 17/08/99 )

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At the Certificate Awarding Ceremony fir the Successful Completion of the Internet-Email Training Course League of Khmer Students from Abroad (LIDEE LHMER) Phnom Penh, Saturday, 31 July 1999 ( 03/08/99)

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Speech by His Excellency Sar Kheng Deputy Prime Minister Co-Minister of Interior given to first quarterly meeting between the Royal Government of Cambodia and Donor Community (June 14, 1999) on Security Situation and Social Order (from March 1,1999 to May 31, 1999) (24/6/99)

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CLOSING SPEECH OF SAMDECH HUN SEN PRIME MINISTER OF THE ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF CAMBODIA AT THE DONOR MONITORING MEETING Phnom Penh, Monday, 14 June 1999 (24/6/99)

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REPORT ON FISCAL REFORMS PREPARED BY THE MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND FINANCE FOR THE QUARTERLY MONITORING MEETING ON 14 JUNE 1999 (24/6/99)

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Mr. KEAT CHHON Sr. MINISTER MINISTER OF ECONOMY AND FINANCE AT THE DONOR MONITORING MEETING Phnom Penh, Monday, 14 June 1999 (23/6/99)

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OPENING ADDREESS OF SAMDECH HUN SEN PRIME MINISTER OF THE ROYAL GOVERNEMENT OF CAMBODIA At the Donor Monitoring Meeting Office of the Council of Ministers Phnom Penh, Monday, 14 June 1999 (21/6/99)

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SAMDECH HUN SEN PRIME MINISTER OF THE ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF CAMBODIA SPEECH DELIVERED DURING COFERRING MEDAL TO MR. PAUL MATTHEWS (11/06/99)

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Speech Delivered by Samdech Hun Sen Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia At the Ceremony to Demolish Weapons and Ammunition of the Phnom Penh Capital At the National Olympic Stadium (Wednesday, May 05, 1999) (12/05/99)

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Samdech HUN SEN Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia Speech Delivered to Celebrate Cambodia Full Member of ASEAN (May 05, 1999) (12/05/99)

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Resolution of the National Seminar on Food Security and Nutrition in Cambodia (26-04-99)

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Closing Remarks by Samdech Hun Sen Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia To the National Seminar on Food Security and Nutrition in Cambodia (26-04-99)

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Opening Address by Samdech Hun Sen Prime Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia to the National Seminar on Food security and Nutrition in Cambodia (26-04-99)

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OPENING SPEECH BY H.E SOK AN ( 21-04-99 )

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Closing Speech By: H.E Sok An, Minister of State in Charge of Council of Ministers at the Council of Ministers, 30 March 1999 ( 06-04-99 )

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Speech of his excellency SOK AN (01-04-99)

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Samdech Hun Sen ( 19-03-99)

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To KOFI ANNAN (09-03-99)

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SPEECH OF H.E. SOK AN Sr. Minister in charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers (23-2-99)

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Resolutions of the national conference on the political platform of the royal Government of Cambodia ( 04-02-99 )

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Proclamation On Measures Of The Management of the Forest Resources And The Stamp out of the Illegal Logging ( 01-02-99 )
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Unofficial Translation

 An Open Letter of
The Royal Government of Cambodia
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The Camodian people, represented by four factions, who are the signatories of the 1993 Paris Peace Agreements, have endorsed pluralistic democracy, by which a free and fair election is the main process to address problems of governance of their homeland.

In view of the 1993 election brokered by the United Nations Transitional Authority of Cambodia (UNTAC), the outcome of the July 1998 election commissioned by the National Electoral Committee (NEC) was deemed free and fair, and credible by the national and international communities. The inspired result was mainly credited to the will of the voters and the responsibility of the Royal Government of Cambodia steered by Samdech Hun Sen, who strived for the electoral process to be free and fair.

It is unfortunate for the Cambodian people. Democracy, peace, and political stability in Cambodia were subverted by the terrorist acts and assassination attempts. For just one day after the election, while the ballots were being counted, and the polls showed the Cambodian People's Party (CPP) was leading, Samdech Hun Sen has since been the targets of ceaseless flagrant insults, a threat of U. S. missiles attacks, and two assassination attempts.

On September 7, 1993, three grenades were hurled into his residence in the middle of Phnom Penh, the Capital of Cambodia. And on September 24, 1998, in Siem Reap city, while Samdech Hun Sen was being on the way to the swear- in- ceremony for his second five year term as a newly elected Member of Parliament, he was fired at by B 40 rockets. They missed him. Thank to Lord Buddha.

The above mentioned savageries of terrorist group must not be tolerated. To save Cambodia and her people from being murdered again by the genocide, we, the people of the so-called once island of peace, ought to absolutely deny the opportunity for the remnant of the dissintegrating Khmer Rouge to be blessedly resurrected.

The Cambodian people, who were godlessly victimized by duress, starvation, deseases, and loss of loved ones during the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime, witnessed and remembered well who and how they were liberated in January, 1979. The apparatus of the Khmer Rouge was then completely destroyed. Presently, there

are a handful of Khmer Rouge sympathizers, who tireleesly spend their energies and money to purposely recultivate the genocide in Cambodia.

They use variuos schemes to plot against Samdech Hun Sen and to undermine the will of the people by ignoring the results of the July 26 election, while they are indiscriminately lending their supports to the decaying Khmer Rouge to return to the society. Recently, a few American officials, who are close associates of the leaders of the two Camobodian oppositions, have worked very hard to undermine the democratic process, the July election, in Cambodia. Furthermore, they mounted their absurd charges against Samdech Hun Sen, who sacrificed his life to liberate Cambodia and her people from the genocidal regime.

The Cambodian self-processed election in July has elapsed for three months. The new National Assembly has yet made headway. Subsequently, a new government could not be formed in order to substitute the present one. Eventually, Cambodia faces a poltical dilemma.

The campaign promises by the oppositions to sail Cambodia to millenium were abruptly aborted. The leaders of the oppositions packed their bags and briskly left Cambodia. Their irresponsible acts were left to Samdech Hun Sen alone to shoulder. They drummed up for their financial and political supports from foreign soil for their own appetite, which is to falsely charge Samdech Hun Sen with violation of humanity laws. Those few American officials should undoubtedly question the motive of the oppositions, for which it was raised in the unfavorable circumstances against the democratic process and the will of millions of people, who confidently casted their votes for them.

Speaking on the history of Cambodia during the cold war, and blaming Samdech Hun Sen with fictitious evidence by the few American officials would not address the hardship Cambodia presently confronts. Unconscionably, they perpetrate illusions and mistrusts amongst the Cambodian people. Their motives seem intended to sap the July election, and to divert the national and international attentions from the manipulations of political situations by the Cambodian opposition leaders.

The Royal Government of Cambodia is convinced that while the democracy of Cambodia is being in its infancy, the Cambodians urgently need the encouragement and the support especially from the United States of America in carrying out democratically their obligations to ensure the sustainability of the state affairs, peace, and political stability. Regretfully, those few American officials, who lack visions, are poisoned by the unethical propaganda, and the incitement of the opposition leaders. They went on in a differnt direction, and blindly contested the judgement of the international community on the result of the July election. They intentionally moved Cambodia back to the pre - 1987 era, when the historical meetings between His Majesty the King Norodom Sihanouk and Samdech Hun Sen took place.

The historical 1970 and 1998 events in Cambodia are marked by numerous tragedies. They must be truthfully and honestly characterized. Presently peace and political stability in our beloved nation are openly threathened by the opposition conspiracies. Today, Cambodia is vigorously carrying out the principles of the Paris Peace Agreements. It strongly requires the democratic electoral process and the adherence to the state of laws to be a formula for the solution to the problems of governance of the country. By giving a wrong assessment on the eventuality, Cambodia would be once again doomed by similar 1970 and 1975 tragedies. How tragic would it be? It seems no one knows. Then the question is, who is responsible for it ? One may anticipate for sure that the nation and its people are the usual victims of circumstances.

When the international community and the five big powers well known to embrace the high standard of democracy, particularly America with hindsight, turned and walked away from the Cambodian people, who were tragically being inflicted by the genocidal policies of the so-called Democratic Kampuchea (the Khmer Rouge), Samdech Hun Sen courageously stood up and mobilized Cambodian patriots to liberate their fellow countymen from the genocidal Khmer Rouge. Was Samdech Hun Sen wrong by his action to save lives of his countrymen? Was his action considered the violation of international humanity laws?

The Khmer Rouge mercilessly killed more than three million Cambodians, when it ruled Cambodia. Later, it was overthrown from power. For Buddha's sake, the Cambodian people may cease the golden opportunity to peacefully rebuild their lives from ashes. But unfortunately, the so-called Democratic Kampuchea (the Khmer Rouge) was somehow awarded the seat of Cambodia at the august international body, the United Nations. From 1979 to 1989, with international status, the Khmer Rouge comfortably enjoyed multiple facets of foreign assistance. The war of Khmers killing Khmers led by the Khmer Rouge has since continued.

The oppositions have not condemned the killing fields of Pol Pot-Ta Mok. In fact, the abolition of the Law of Outlaw the Khmer Rouge was publicly presented by the oppositions to the Cambodian people during their 1998 electoral campaign. In this case, would the Khmer Rouge and its allies or Samdech Hun Sen be considered the violators of the international humanity laws?

For the economic front, in 1984, Samdech Hun Sen initiated the economic reform of privatization. Since 1987 , he has also been an active leader of the Cambodian People's Party for the application of the national reconciliation policy. In the pacification process of the Cambodian People's Party, Samdech Hun Sen personally involved at the negotiation forum in order to seek peaceful solution to the comprehensive settlement of the Cambodia conflict. The peace agreements were finally signed on October 23, 1991, in Paris, France.

In the spirit of respect and readiness to implement the peace agreements, the Cambodian People's Party decided on April 30, 1989 to change the country's name, the People's Republic of Cambodia to the State of Cambodia; and on October 17-18, 1991, it amended the Constitution by adopting the regime of free market economy and the political system of pluralistic democracy. However, His Majesty the King Nordom Sihanouk and Samdech Hun Sen took five years of hard works from 1987 to 1991 to achieve the Paris Peace Agreements, have they been considered to be the violators of the international humanity laws?

The 1993 election sponsored by UNTAC was conducted with numerous irregularities. Even UNTAC willingly admitted its mistakes. At the time, Samdech Hun Sen, in his capacity as then Prime Minister, skillfully extinguished the hostile tensions caused by the refusal to recognize the result of the election and by strong protests in certain districts. He also successfully prevented a secessionist movement from taking roots in some parts of the country.

The process of pacification and the national reconciliation policy undertaking by Samdech Hun Sen were once again succeeded by his win-win policies. On August, 1996, a mass defection of Khmer Rouge forces was integrated into the society. By the end of 1996, he was duly decorated by the World Peace Award. The success of his policies was conducive to the 1998 nationwide elections.

For almost five years, Samdech Hun Sen has strived to building few thousands schools, hospitals, medical clinics, agricultural projects, and development centers. He introduces Cambodian free market economy to private investors. He endorses freedom of the press and freedom of associations. In today Cambodia, there are 158 national and international newspapers and magazines, 374 associations, and 106 non-governmental organizations. Would these deeds of Samdech Hun Sen be considered a violation of the international humanity laws?

The 1993 Royal Coalition Government went well in accordance with the Paris Peace Agreements and with the bilateral agreements of the two partners. In early 1996, the FUNCINPEC started to change its working concepts, and abandoned its roles in the Royal Coalition Government. It concentrated instead on the balance of forces in the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces (RCAF). Furthermore, it formed an illegal movement, the so-called the National United Front (NUF) to challenge the legitimate government. It violated the spirit of the Paris Peace Agreements. The above predicaments were the actual causes, which provoked the July 1997 confrontation. The allegation of the coup d'etat mounted by Samdech Hun Sen to oust Samdech Krom Preah Norodom Ranariddh was unjust and baseless. Here are the following reasonings:

1. There is no power grab by Samdech Hun Sen, the Second Prime Minister of Cambodia. He presently maintains the same position. And other national institutions remain unchanged.

2. The preventive measures taken by the Royal Government of Cambodia against coup d'etat were in conformity with the Constitution, which ensures the national security, the safety of the citizens, the social order, and the sustainability of the state affairs. Therefore, the July 1997 events were not a coup d'etat presumably hacked by Samdech Hun Sen. He has been falsely alleged.

Althought, the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces successfully and timely thwarted the anarchic clique, the July 1997 events have not relinquished the economic and social instablity. Immediately and publicly, Samdech Hun Sen issued his eight point measures to secure the welfare of the people, the social order, and the normalcy of state affairs, and to breed a sound environment for a free and fair election. The preparation for the July 26, 1998 election had been well proceeded as early as late 1997. It yielded a democratic non-violent environment, successfully. Ninety nine per cent of the eligible voters registered their names. The influx of ninety three per cent of the registered voters with a happy smile confidently casted their ballots on July 26, 1998. Would the highly success by the Cambodian people be considered the violation of Samdech Hun Sen on the international humanity laws?

The international electoral observers approved the result of the July election as free and fair, and credible. The oppositions' claims against the irregularities of the election were properly settled by the National Electoral Committee (NEC). Their appeals were also properly addressed by the Constitutional Council. In spite of exhaustive efforts of the concerned authorities to satisfy their complaints, the opposition leaders have refused to recognize the outcome of the July election until today.

The illigal demonstrations of the opposition leaders shifted swiftly from the defiance of the result of the election to the confrontation of the national institutions. They committed violence, social disorder, vandalism, incitement, and racial hatred. Their evil acts caused three persons killed. In addition, they urged Samdech Hun Sen to resign from his post, and insisted the United States to lunch missiles attacks on Samdech Hun Sen's home in Toul Krasang; and for worst, three grenades were tossed into the home of Samdech Hun Sen located in front of the Monument of Independence. Coping with the anarchic hostilities, on one hand, the Royal Government of Cambodia cautiously exercised its appropriate authority with patience, tolerance, and restraint; and on the other hand, it firmly ensured freedom for all citizens, stability, and social order.

To put it briefly, the history of Cambodia, and the entire activities of Samdech Hun Sen for the past two decades have moved steadfastly and inseparably. Cambodia has departed the gloomy era, and her eleven million people have escaped from indiscriminate tragedies. They would recall his bravery and struggles, by which Samdech Hun Sen unreservedly undertook to protect and to serve the national causes and his countrymen. Likewise, he is the victim of the cold war.

Samdech Hun Sen and the entire Cambodian population have been its victims for the past three decades. They would resist being the future hostages of the unwarranted conflict. Any means or form of attacks, which are attempted against Samdech Hun Sen, are unjust for him and his Cambodian people. They intend to nullify the outcome of the July 1998 election, to decimate the will of the voters, to abolish the young Cambodian democracy, to return Cambodia to the past two decades, and to plunge the country into a new sea of genocide. In short, the recent attempts to attack Samdech Hun Sen are purely concealed terrorist actions hidden behind democratic rhetoric. Their sole purpose is to demolish Cambodia and her people.

To save Cambodia, they may respect the people's will, which was presented through the July 26, 1998 election. They entrusted Samdech Hun Sen with confidence to continue building and developing their homeland. To strengthen democracy in Cambodia, they may not encourage or give a bad exemples, their undemocratic lessons in the recent past. To guide Cambodia to become the state of law, they may assist Cambodia to respect the Constitution and other laws, and to avoid distorting every issues into the so- called political issues.

After the Peace Agreements were signed in Paris in 1991, Cambodia ceased to become the battlefield of the cold war, where the Cambdian factions fought amongst themself. After the 1993 election was taken place, Cambodia became a legitimate unified state. It has its Constitution, legitimate institutions, and sovereignty in its own territorial integrety. As a result of that, Cambodia may not be allowed to be a part of the secession of any individual.

The Cambodian politicians of every walk of life living inside or outside of Cambodia must embrace national conscience and high responsibility to find the solution to the national causes based on the framework of law. They must not internationalize the Cambodian troubles. Cambodia is an independent and sovereign state. It should freely determine its own destiny.

Samdech Hun Sen firmly endorsed the November 7, 1998 statements of His Majesty the King Norodom Sihanouk of the Kingdom of Cambodia, who introduced a keen and acceptable proposals to open up ways for the Members of Parliament of the oppositions to return to Cambodia in order to break the recent political deadlock. For that spirit, Samdech Krom Preah Norodom Ranariddh and his colleagues enjoyed indivisual and legal assurances for their full security protection, while they were being accommodated in Phnom Penh.

For the popular causes, the present Royal Government of Cambodia strongly believes that although, the new National Assembly could not convene, the sustainability of state affairs has been assured by four constitutional instututions: the King, the Royal Government, the Constitutional Council, and the Magistracy Council. According to the article 7 of the law on the Organizational and Administrative Structure of the Council of Ministers promulgated into law by the First National Assembly on July 20, 1994, the present Royal Government of Cambodia pledges to carry out its duty with great responsibility to look to the future of Cambodia and her people, who urgently need the assistance to engage in the creating of economic values, of goods, and of services, and to take care of their careers. To fulfill its pledges, the Royal Government of Cambodia must achieve the fellowing steps:

1. It should ensure a good and stable environment, so that the seven point measures initiated and publicly disclosed on October 22, 1998, at the Chaktomouk Hall by Samdech Hun Sen could be successfully implemented.

2. It should deter any form of attempts for destruction of the result of the July election; and it should prevent the organization of the re-election.

3. It should coordinate the winning parties in order to break the present stalemate, so that the National Assembly could convene, and the formation of a new government could soon take place based on the principle of the state of law.

Phnom Penh, November 11, 1998

Names and signatures of the Members of the Royal Government of Cambodia

Sok An : (Signed) Sar Kheng : (Signed)
Thong Khon : (Signed) Van Molivan : (Signed)
Khiev Kanharidh : (Signed) Yim Chay Ly : (Signed)
Keat Chhon : (Signed) Ier Chou Kim Meng : (Signed)
Chhea Thang : (Signed) Cham Prasidh : (Signed)
Chem Snguon : (Signed) Mok Mareth : (Signed)
Suy Sem : (Signed) Em Sam An : (Signed)
Tram Ivtek : (Signed) Tea Banh : (Signed)
So Khun : (Signed) Chay Saing Yun : (Signed)
Ith Prang : (Signed) Ieng Moly : (Signed)
Sum Manith : (Signed) Ung Phan : (Signed)
Neuo Kanon : (Signed)
Nady Tan : (Signed)
Pou Sothirak : (Signed)
Tao Seng Hour : (Signed)
Chhea Song : (Signed)
Im Chhunlim : (Signed)