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Với việc NEC tuyên bố hoàn tất xem xét giải quyết khiếu nại ; Hội đồng Hiến pháp công bố hôm 20/8/2013 xác nhận đã xem xét xong 19 đơn khiếu nại về kết quả bầu cử gửi tới Hội Đồng; từ nay tới ngày 8/9- ngày dự kiến công bố kết quả bầu cử chính thức, hai đảng giành ghế trong Quốc hội khoá V có cơ hội thảo luận dàn xếp những khác biệt. 

CPP bác bỏ cáo buộc gắn kết với NEC: AKP 20-8 đưa tin về tuyên bố của CPP hôm 19-8 ” các cáo buộc này không có cơ sở và nhằm đánh lạc hướng dư luận về quá trình bầu cử .. CPP kiên quyết bác bỏ những cáo buộc này “. CPP tái  khẳng định quan điểm sẵn sàng thảo luận với CNRP để giải quyết những bất đồng một cách hoà bình.  CPP cũng ra một tuyên bố thứ hai cùng ngày 19-8  bác bỏ đoạn ghi âm giọng nói của Ttg Hun Sen được phát trên đài RFA chiều 18-8 rằng CPP đã thua cử .., yêu cầu các cơ quan có thẩm quyền nghiêm trị hành động bất hợp pháp này. CPP cho rằng những thủ đoạn trên đây nhằm phá hoại kết quả bầu cử, kêu gọi mọi người bình tĩnh, bảo đảm ổn định, hoà bình.

Nhóm công tác của hai đảng CPP và CNRP thảo luận kiến nghị giải pháp:  Nhóm công tác, do Prum Sokha, Quốc vụ khanh BNV CPC đại diện CPP và Son Chay , nguyên nghị sỹ QH Khoá V đại diện CNRP đã họp hơn 2 giờ tại Nhà Quốc hội hôm 20-8 để thảo  luận biện pháp kiến nghị tới lãnh tụ hai đảng nhằm giảm tình hình căng thẳng chính trị hiện tại. Prum Sokha sau cuộc họp cho biết: hai bên tỏ thiện chí cùng giải quyết các vấn đề tồn tại sau bầu cử; đã thống nhất một số vấn đề để báo cáo lãnh đạo hai đảng. Prum Sokha: Sẽ không còn bế tắc chính trị nữa, các thủ tục pháp lý đang được tiến hành và hai đảng đang có thiện chí cùng tìm kiếm giải pháp thoả đáng phù hợp với pháp luật   (AKP 21/8).

VOA Khmer:  Son Chhay cho báo chí biết thoả thuận đã đạt được là  thành lập một nhóm đặc biệt để điều tra về sự bất bình thường trong bầu cử . Son Chhay nhấn mạnh rằng nếu (nhóm đặc biệ này)  tìm thấy sự bất bình thường, thì CNRP  sẽ xem xét tiếp về trách nhiệm của NEC.  NEC chính thức thông báo đã hoàn tất thủ tục điều tra và không phát hiện sự bất thường. Hội đồng Hiến pháp hôm 20.8 cũng tuyên bố kết thúc xem xét  19 đơn khiếu nại về sự bất thường, kể cả những khiếu nại phúc thẩm quyết định của NEC. Sự kiện này mở đường cho tuyên bố kết quả bầu cử chính thức ngày 8.9. Cheam Yeap, Nghị sỹ CPP cho biết từ bây giờ tới ngày công bố kết quả chính thức ngày 8-9, chưa phải là muộn để hai đảng trao đổi về sự cố bất thường. Kouy Bunreoun của CNRP kêu gọi NEC công bố toàn bộ tư liệu của cuộc bầu cử trong đó có phiếu bầu, báo cáo kiểm phiếu, phát phiếu… nếu không sẽ làm mất lòng tin của công chúng về cuộc bầu cử .  VOA KHM: 20 August 2013-

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Trong bối cảnh thông tin đại chúng đưua nhiều bình luận về việc CPC dừng hợp tác quân sự với Mỹ, AKP 20-8 đăng tin khoá tập huấn về phá mìn 2 tuần cho 25 chuyên gia phá mìn của CPC khởi hôm 19-8 tại trung tâm phá mìn CPC (CMAC); Tuỳ viên quân sự Mỹ tại SQ Mỹ tại CPC Col. Craig Tippins bày tỏ cam kết của chính phủ Mỹ tiếp tục cung cấp tài chính và vật chất cho lĩnh vực quân sự ở CPC . AKP 20

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Robert ​Carmichael, VOA
16 August 2013

PHNOM PENH — The leader of Cambodia’s opposition has returned to the country at a time when his party is disputing its loss in last month’s elections. Sam Rainsy arrived in Phnom Penh Friday after a brief visit to the United States, saying mass protests against the election results are a “last resort.”

Hundreds of people turned out Friday to greet Sam Rainsy as he returned to a country whose citizens remain fearful that post-election tensions will erupt in violence.

Both the opposition and the ruling Cambodian People’s Party insist they won a majority of seats in the 123-member parliament in the July 28 ballot.

In recent days the ruling party has ordered troops and armored vehicles to the capital, ostensibly to maintain order in the event of opposition protests.

That coincided with the breakdown of talks between the two sides on the composition of an independent investigation committee to examine allegations of widespread electoral fraud.
Outside the airport, amid a scrum of media and opposition supporters, Rainsy, the leader of the Cambodia National Rescue Party, or CNRP, insisted an impartial investigation must go ahead.

“The whole world knows that CNRP won the election and the whole world will help CNRP to expose the truth – the truth is that CNRP won the election,” he said.

Opposition rejects commission’s results

Preliminary results from the election commission indicate that the ruling Cambodian People’s Party will have 68 of the 123 seats, versus 55 for Rainsy’s party.

The opposition rejects the National Election Commission’s figures and claims it won an outright majority of 63 seats. It has yet to provide proof of that.

Although the ruling party initially said it supported an independent investigation into the vote, it has since cooled to the idea, dimming prospects for an inquiry.

However Rainsy said he was confident that Prime Minister Hun Sen would acquiesce.
“Definitely he will. Because nobody would recognize any government stemming from fake elections,” he said.

The United States has called on political parties to negotiate their differences peacefully, rather than resorting to threats or civil unrest.

Fear of violence

On Friday, local media reported that a shipment of dozens of tanks and armored personnel carriers had arrived from Eastern Europe and were headed for Phnom Penh.

Defense Minister Tea Banh told the Cambodia Daily newspaper that the weapons “would not be used to plough the rice fields” but were to protect the country from anyone who tried to destroy it.

Critics of Prime Minister Hun Sen say a build-up of military muscle on the streets is intended to discourage people from protesting.

It seems to be working. Many Cambodians are worried about the possibility of violence in the coming days and weeks, and thousands of garment workers have headed back to their villages to avoid any trouble, dealing a blow to the country’s largest export industry.

Independent analyst Lao Mong Hay says that although there is little doubt the deployment is a message to the opposition, it was likely also aimed at critics of the prime minister within his own party.

“Judging from the various statements by different leaders of the ruling party, [these] have not been so consistent with one another. So apparently this reflects a lack of cohesion within the leadership of the party,” said Lao Mong Hay.

Meantime Sam Rainsy insists that the CNRP is not intimidated, and is prepared to hold peaceful demonstrations should the investigation into alleged electoral irregularities not go ahead.

Rainsy says he will spend the coming days travelling around Cambodia to meet his party’s supporters.

14 August 2013

PHNOM PENH & WASHINGTON DC – A senior lawmaker says it is not too late for a political agreement between the ruling Cambodian People’s Party and the opposition, despite an announcement of preliminary election results by the National Election Committee.

CPP lawmaker Cheam Yiep told VOA Khmer Wednesday the two sides have until Sept. 8, when the official election results will be announced, to come to an agreement over last month’s election and avoid a political deadlock.

“It’s not late yet,” he said.

Leaders of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party say they will not accept the results of the election without an investigation into allegations of widespread fraud.

Kouy Bunroeun, a top Rescue Party official, said what the NEC must now do is invite the two sides for talks to discuss the irregularities, “for the sake of easing political tension.”

NEC officials say it is too late to resolve reports of irregularities, since it has now released preliminary results—which show a win for the CPP.

“There is no room for meetings,” NEC Secretary-General Tep Nitha said, adding that the agency was following the election law in releasing Monday’s results.
Rights groups and election monitors say the surprising release of the results, in the midst of negotiations over alleged irregularities, increased the political tension in the country. Already armored vehicles and an increase in the presence of security personnel have many Cambodians worried over the prospect of post-election violence.

Thun Saray, head of the rights group Adhoc and board director for the election-monitoring group Comfrel, recalled the 2003 elections, where disputes led to a yearlong deadlock. To avoid something similar, both sides need to talk more, he said.

The NEC should have checked with both parties before issuing the preliminary results, he said, and it should have taken into account suggestions from election monitors and other groups.

“We regret the NEC did it like this,” he said. “It’s just likely to make the negotiation process decreased.”

More talks should proceed between the two parties, he said, to avoid “controversy” in the near future. “This is a danger for our entire nation and entire society, which is why we are all worried,” he said.

Opposition lawmakers have threatened to boycott the opening of the National Assembly in coming weeks, leading to the possibility of political deadlock over the legal formation of a new government.

Opposition officials also say they will plan to stage mass demonstrations if a resolution is not found.

Meanwhile, it remains unclear how the situation can now be resolved. Chea Vannath, an independent political analyst, told VOA Khmer that the two sides must find a solution without expecting the help of outside countries or organizations.

“In democratic countries, whatever can be solved peacefully, that’s normal,” she said. “I still have confidence that both political parties may have an acceptable solution.”

Government spokesman Phay Siphan said any resolution to the crisis should be undertaken while respecting “the integrity of the NEC.”

The government meanwhile has a responsibility to ensure “public order,” he said. “The people do not want to see protests happen.”

But opposition officials say they want irregularities investigated. On Wednesday, party leaders submitted more than 10 complaints to the NEC, while refuse to concede to the preliminary results. The complaints include those from 15 provinces of irregularities that took place during Election Day.

Kouy Bunreoun of the Rescue Party told reporters Wednesday that opposition estimates show the party winning the election with 63 of 123 National Assembly seats. The CPP has said it won the election 68 to 55.

Kouy Bunreoun called on the NEC to release Election Day documentation, including the packages that held the votes, all reports about those votes, reports on vote counting and reports on checked votes. Failure to disclose voting information could result in a failure of confidence in the election process by the Cambodian people, he said
Published 17.08.2013
Cambodia’s opposition party leader Sam Rainsy was greeted by about several thousands supporters on Friday on his return from US. Sam Rainsy, who previously came back from exile has already said he should be prime minister. Heng Reaksmey, Phnom Penh

DAP News

THX 20-8
20 AUGUST 2013 13:29 DAP E-mail Print PDF
PHNOM PENH, Aug. 19 (Xinhua) — The ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) of long-serving Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday denied the allegations by the opposition party that it has collusion with the National Election Committee (NEC) for ballot- rigging.

“Some allegations that the CPP has collusion with the NEC for vote-rigging are groundless accusations and have intention to mislead the public about the election process in Cambodia,” said a CPP’s statement released Monday night. “The CPP categorically rejects these allegations.”

The denial came after the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) of longtime opposition leader Sam Rainsy has repeatedly accused the NEC of being controlled by the ruling CPP and rigging votes for the CPP during the July 28 national election.

Initial election results showed that the ruling CPP won the poll with 68 seats of the 123 parliamentary seats, while the opposition CNRP got the remaining 55 seats.

But the CNRP did not recognize the results, claiming serious irregularities during the poll. It said the party should win 63 seats, with the CPP getting the remaining 60 seats if an independent committee is set up to look into poll irregularities.

The CNRP has requested an independent poll probe committee that excludes the participation from the current NEC, but the CPP has rejected the request, saying that no any joint poll probe committee will be formed without the NEC’s involvement because it is against Cambodian law.

In the statement on Monday night, the CPP said that it would welcome any negotiations with the CNRP in order to sort out all problems peacefully.

It also called for the compatriots to continue keeping calm for national peace and social stability and dignity.

According to the constitution, a new parliament will be established no later than 60 days after the election.

CNRP’s Vice President Kem Sokha said last Thursday that the party will boycott the first parliamentary session and call for a mass protest if the proposed independent committee is not established.

Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Aug. 2 that a new parliament and a new government would be established as schedule despite the opposition’s boycott.

According to the constitution, he said, a new government would be formed by a 50 percent plus one majority, or 63 lawmakers, in the new parliament.
PHNOM PENH, Aug. 20 (Xinhua) — Cambodia’s Constitutional Council on Tuesday held a plenary session to discuss and resolve complaints filed by the opposition party against the results of the country’s July 28 election, in which the ruling party is initially announced to have won a majority of votes.

The session is chaired by Ek Sam Ol, president of the Constitutional Council.

“The Constitutional Council is resolving 19 complaints including 9 complaints filed against the National Election Committee (NEC)’s decision to reject complaints against preliminary election results,” the Constitutional Council said in a statement.

The Constitutional Council is the final arbiter for resolving election complaints. Tep Nytha, NEC’s secretary general, told Xinhua on Saturday that the Constitutional Council would take about two weeks to resolve those complaints so that the final election results would be released by Sept. 8.

Initial election results showed that the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) of incumbent Prime Minister Hun Sen won the poll with 68 seats of the 123 parliamentary seats, while the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) of longtime opposition leader Sam Rainsy got the remaining 55 seats.

But the CNRP did not recognize the results, claiming serious irregularities during the poll. It said the party had won 63 seats, with the CPP getting the remaining 60 seats.

The CNRP has requested an independent poll probe committee that excludes the participation from the current NEC, which is widely seen as being loyal to the ruling CPP.

However, the CPP has rejected the request, saying that no joint poll probe committee will be formed without the NEC’s involvement because it is against the Cambodian law.

The ruling CPP on Monday evening issued a statement to deny the allegations by the opposition party that it has collusion with the NEC for ballot-rigging.

“Some allegations that the CPP has collusion with the NEC for vote-rigging are groundless accusations and have intention to mislead the public about the election process in Cambodia,” said the CPP statement.

According to the constitution, a new parliament will be established no later than 60 days after the election.

CNRP’s Vice President Kem Sokha said last Thursday that the party will boycott the first parliamentary session and call for a mass protest if the proposed independent committee is not established.

Soldiers, police and military police with armored vehicles have been deployed on the outskirts of capital Phnom Penh after the opposition’s threat of mass protests.

Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Aug. 2 that a new parliament and a new government would be formed as scheduled despite the opposition’s boycott.

According to the constitution, he said, a new government would be formed by a 50 percent plus one majority, or 63 lawmakers, in the new parliament.

NA President Calls for Calm

AKP Phnom Penh, August 20, 2013 —

Cambodia’s National Assembly (NA) President Samdech Akka Moha Ponhea Chakrei Heng Samrin called on his compatriots to remain calm.

The appeal was made on Monday when he presided over a religious ceremony in Ponhea Krek district, Kampong Cham province.

The NA president also asked people not to be deceived into joining mass demonstrations against the election results as it would bring about violence and social insecurity to the country.

Samdech Heng Samrin further said the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) won an absolute majority of parliamentary seats, therefore enabling the CPP to form a new government in line with the Constitution.
Kuwaiti PM Congratulates Samdech Techo Hun Sen

AKP Phnom Penh, August 20, 2013 —

Prime Minister of the State of Kuwait, H.E. Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, has recently sent a congratulatory message to Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia on the victory of the Cambodian People’s Party in the July 28 National Election.

“I would like to convey my sincere congratulations and best wishes on the victory of the Cambodian People’s Party in the 5th legislature of the National Assembly Election, hoping you all the success to achieve Cambodian people aspirations,” said the Kuwaiti premier in his message.

“Taking this opportunity to praise the friendly relations between the State of Kuwait and the Kingdom of Cambodia, to renew my concern to promote and enhance our bilateral relations and cooperation fields looking forward with you to achieve our friendly people interests,” he added.

In addition, Prime Ministers of Bangladesh, Thailand, Laos, China, Vietnam, Belarus and the President of Myanmar have also sent congratulatory messages to Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen.


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