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Thứ Hai 21-10-2013: Closing Date to the Opposition’s Nationwide Strike

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ĐỐI LẬP
 
Sam Rainsy trả lời phỏng vấn RFA tại Hoa kỳ ngày 17/10 về CHIA SẺ QUYỀN LỰC:  Trong khi đợi làm rõ những điều bất thường  trong bầu cử, CNRP muốn đóng vai kiềm chế đối trọng quyền lực của  CPP ” Nếu CPP muốn tìm kiếm một giải pháp, thì trogn giai đoạn trung chuyển này, trước khi chúng tôi (CNRP) làm rõ sự thật .. thì chúng tôi phải chia sẻ quyền lực… CPP lãnh đạo chính phủ thì chúng tôi phải lãnh đạo Quốc hội và bảo đảm vai trò độc lập của tư pháp… và đó không phải là đòi quyền mà nhằm buộc chính phủ phải chịu trách nhiệm  trước dân”.  “If the ruling party leads the government, the CNRP must lead the National Assembly (parliament), and we must also ensure the independence of the court.”He said that the CNRP’s call to check the power of the ruling party is “less about power sharing than it is about holding the CPP accountable before the people.” 

ĐỐI NGOẠI
CPC-UK SONG PHƯƠNG
 
Hãng tin chính phủ CPC đưa tin ngày 18-10 cuộc gặp giưã phó Ttg SOk An và Đại sứ Anh tại CPC thoả thuận về khuôn khổ hợp tác năm năm tới giưã hai nước trong lĩnh vực cải cách tư pháp, thương mại và đầu tư trên cơ sở chuyến thăm cảu BT Anh về thương mại và đầu tư hồi tháng 6 năm nay .. UK đóng góp thêm 0,5 triệu USD cho toà ECCCC thêm vào số 3 triệu đã đóng năm ngoái , cấp cho phía chuyên gia nươcws ngoài… UK cấp 5 học bổng cho sinh viên CPC học Master 1 năm cho tài khoá 2014 , dự án hỗ trự học viện tư pháp CPC bồi dưỡng chuyên môn cho thẩm phápn cvà các bọ tư pháp, chia sẻ quan điểm về đàm phán song phương giữa hai đảng CPP và CNRP về giải quyết bế tắc vfi lợi ích quốc gia và dân tộc cpc ..sự cần thiết tiếp tục cải cách bầu cử . AKP 19/10
 
THÁI LAN-CPC VÀ TRANH CHẤP PREAH VIHEAR
 
Bưu điện Bangkok 21/10:  CPC và Thái lan thống nhất về nguyên tắc thành lập một uỷ ban hỗn hợp thực hiện  phán quyết 11/11/2013 của Toà án Quốc tế về tranh chấp Đền Preah Vihear nhằm ngăn ngừa các vụ đụng súng trogn tương lai. Hôm 21/10, Ttg Thái Yingluk sẽ trao đổi cụ thể với Bộ Quốc  phòng về cơ chế hỗn hợp này. Phe đối lập, Ttg Abisith yêu cầu Ttg Phải ở nhà trong ngày phán quyết, không nên đi Ethiopia .. Pheu Thai đề nghị cho dịch và phát tin truyền hình trực tiếp   về phán quyế của toà án. Lo ngại về căng thẳng giữa hai nước, một tổ chức điều tra xã hội học của Thái lan đã điều tra quan điểm của 1447 người được hỏi, theo đó 2/3  cho rằng cả CPC và Thái đều hưởng lợi từ phán quyết của toà án. BKP 21/10
 
NHẬT BẢN-CPC
 
Hôm 17/10 Nhật bản ký hợp đồng cung cấp viện trợ không hoàn lại 687,266 USD thông qua một tổ chức NGO Nhật bản về rà phá bom mìn – Japan Mine Action Service (JMAS) để giúp phá gỡ bom mìn các tỉnh phía Bắc CPC (Siem Reap, Kampong Thom, Pursat, and Kampong Chhnang) trong năm tài khoá 2013. AKP 18/10 
 
TIẾP KHÁCH NƯỚC NGOÀI. AKP 18/10
 
Chủ tịch QH Heng Samrin hôm 18-10 tiếp ĐS mới của Singapore  Kevin Cheok
 
Ttg Hun Sen nhận lời chúc mừng nhậm chức của Ttg  Morocco và Ukraine và tiếp tục quan hệ hợp tác với chính phủ dưới sự lãnh đạo của Ttg Hun Sen. Lãnh đạo của các nước thân thiện với chính phủ CPP-CPC đã gửi điện mừng Ttg Hun Sen gồm  Ukraine, Morocco, Australia, Brazil, Brunei, China, Cuba, France, India, Japan, Myanmar, Korea, Laos, Russia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. ( 17 nước) 
 
Bộ trưởng thương mại CPC Sun Chanthol tiếp hôm 17/10 Đại sứ Ấn độ; Bộ trưởng Lao động và dậy nghề Ith Samheng cùng ngày tiếp đoàn lãnh đạo ngân hàng ADB tại CPC. 
 
CỨU TRỢ LŨ LỤT
Chủ tịch Chữ thập đỏ CPC Samdech Kittiprittbindit Bun Rany Hun Sen sáng 18-10 tới thăm và tặng quà cứu trợ cho  1,719 gia đình bị lũ lụt tại huyện Kampong Svay tỉnh  Kampong Thom. Tỉnh trưởng Uth Sam An cho biết 23 người chết và 23,000 ha lúa bị phá huỷ vì trận lụt.
 
 ECCC
Hãng tin Úc ABC dẫn AFP ngày 21/10/2013 cho biết Toà án xử các tội phạm lãnh đạo của chế độ Khmer Đỏ đang đi tới hồi chót. William Smith Công tố quốc tế của toà án này hôm 18/10  đã đọc bài luận tội “Nuon Chea và Khieu Samphan đã thực hiện giết chóc vì quyền lực … chúng đối xử tàn bạo, vô nhân tính đối với chính đồng bào của mình, để mặc đầu rơi máu chảy vì quyền lực… chúng ra lệnh cho những người dưới quyền thực hiện những việc bẩn thỉu này”. Phát biểu cuối cùng của các phiên thẩm vấn sẽ được đọc vào cuối tháng 10. Khoảng giưã  năm 2014, toà án sẽ công bố bản án chính thức. 
 
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ABC net: Posted Mon 21 Oct 2013, 2:41am AEDT
 
Prosecutors at the UN-backed war crimes court in Cambodia are preparing to wrap up proceedings at the trial of two former leaders of the brutal Khmer Rouge regime.
Nuon Chea, the regime’s chief ideologist, and Khieu Samphan, its head of state, are charged with genocide and crimes against humanity for planning and implementing the group’s brutal policies in the 1970s.”Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan killed for power. They spilt blood for it. They brutalised and dehumanised their own people and kept spilling blood for power,” prosecutor William Smith said in closing statements on Friday.
 
But he said the two leaders ordered others to do “their very dirty work” for them.
 
“Seeing your victim’s eyes makes it hard to kill,” Smith said.
 
More than three decades after the country’s “Killing Fields” era, the UN-backed court is moving closer to a verdict in their complex case, which has been split into a series of smaller trials.
 
Closing statements in the trial are scheduled to be completed by the end of the month, with a verdict expected in the first half of next year. theo AFP
 
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Tai nạn hàng không
PHNOM PENH, Oct. 17 (Xinhua) — The captain of a passenger plane that crashed into the Mekong River in southern Laos on Wednesday, which resulted in the death of 49 people, was a veteran Cambodian pilot, a senior civil aviation official confirmed Thursday.
 
“Young San, 56, was in charge of the Lao Airlines plane that plunged into the Mekong River on Wednesday due to bad weather,” Him Sarun, deputy chief of the security and safety department at the Cambodia’s State Secretariat of Civil Aviation, told Xinhua over telephone.
 
“He was employed by the Lao Airline as a pilot,” he said, adding that Young San had been trained in Russia and France.
 
The crashed plane appears to have been hit by strong winds as it was coming to land. It crashed on Wednesday afternoon near Pakse, Champasak province of Laos, which is on the borders of both Thailand and Cambodia. Authorities said 44 passengers and five crew members were on the flight from Lao capital Vientiane.
 
The 44 passengers included 17 Lao people, seven French, five Australians, five Thai people, three Koreans, two Vietnamese, and one each from the United States, Malaysia, Canada, China and China ‘s Taiwan.
October 21, 2013
 
The body of Yung Sam, the Cambodian pilot of the Lao Airlines flight that crashed on Wednesday, killing all 49 passengers and crew aboard, was flown back to Phnom Penh on Saturday, and was set to be cremated at his home in Kandal province Sunday evening, local officials said.
 
A Lao Airlines official said that the airline would also compensate the 58-year-old pilot’s family.
 
All 44 passengers and five crew members perished when Lao Airlines flight QV301 went down in the Mekong River in Southern Laos en route from Vientiane to Pakse at about 4 p.m. on Wednes­day. Ac­cording to Reuters, an airline official blamed bad weather for the crash just 8 km short of the airport in Pakse.
 
Yav Leng, chief of Kompong Samnanh commune in Takhmao city, said that Yung Sam’s body was flown from Laos to Phnom Penh at noon on Saturday—the same day it was pulled from the Mekong River in Laos—and transported to his family’s home.
 
“The family held a funeral on Saturday afternoon,” Mr. Leng said, adding that Yung Sam—who left behind a wife, two daughters and a son—had been a pilot for 30 years and was employed by Lao Airlines for just under a year.
 
Kompong Samnanh village chief Hang Saroeun said Yung Sam’s body was scheduled to be cremated at 7 p.m. Sunday.
 
Ngonphachanh Souphavady, a representative of Lao Airlines who works at Phnom Penh International Airport, said that airline officials intended to be present at the cremation Sunday evening, and that the family would be compensated by the airline.
 
“[I’m] not sure when,” Ms. Souphavady said, declining to comment further.
 
Say Sokhan, undersecretary of state at the State Secretariat of Civil Aviation (SSCA), Cambodia’s aviation regulator, said that according to the international aviation conventions, an airline’s insurer is required to compensate the family of those hurt or killed in a crash.
 
“The insurance company of the airline will pay compensation [to Yung Sam’s family],” Mr. Sokhan said.
 
The families of five Cambodians killed in 2007 when PMT Air flight U4 241 crashed into a mountain in Kampot province en route to Sihanoukville from Siem Reap, however, have yet to receive any compensation more than six years after the loss of their kin.
 
PMT, which began operations out of Phnom Penh in 2003, suspended flights in 2008. Aviation officials have declined to name the airline’s insurer, and complaints filed by the Cambodian families have gone unanswered.
 
Long Cheng, chief of SSCA Secretary of State Mao Havanall’s cabinet, said that the PMT crash case is ongoing in a Korean court, declining to elaborate.
 
When the case is concluded, Mr. Cheng said, “the government of Cambodia will compensate the Cambodian families.”
 
© 2013, The Cambodia Daily.
 
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18/10 thời tiết- khí hậu – đông nam á
World Bank’s Climate Report Sees Dark Clouds Over Cambodia
More than 25.5 million people in Southeast Asia currently earn their money in the tourism industry and the trend is still rising. But the new climate report presented this summer by the Potsdam Institute for Climate analysis in cooperation with the World Bank paints a dark picture for the future of the region.
 
Since the 1960s, the temperature in Southeast Asia rose by an average of 0.27 to 0.4 degrees Celsius per decade. This value in itself seems to be small, but it still doubles the global heat increase per decade of about 0.13 degrees Celsius. By the year 2090, the world temperature could rise by 1.5 to 2 degrees Celsius. The consequences for Southeast Asia and especially for Cambodia can already be predicted and will have serious impact on people, economy and tourism in the region.
 
Less fish, less rice, less tourists
 
With an increase in mean annual temperature by 1-2 degrees Celsius, the corals will die first, rendering the coasts defenseless against the roaring sea. By 2040, the sea level might be rising possibly by 30 cm. The sea water will invade far into the Mekong Delta and thus could reduce rice production by 2.6 million tons per year. This corresponds to a drop in production of 11 degrees Celsius compared with the rice harvest in 2011. With the death of the corals, the number of fish will decline. It is anticipated that current fishery quotas will drop.
 
On land, extreme summer temperatures are expected with up to 90 days per year that would turn generally hotter than normal. The heat will come together with a higher amount of rainfall during the monsoon season. Therefore, Cambodia could be affected by flooding in the future much more than today. Drought on the one side and heavy rains on the other could lead to crop failures on a large scale.
 
The climate change caused by a temperature rise of 1.5 to 2 degrees Celsius is predicted to have a huge impact on the economic and social development in Cambodia. With drops in fishery and tourism the region, will have to face an increasing number of unemployed people. Heat, constant flooding and the spread of diseases such as malaria could slow down the local development, making Cambodia one of the world’s most vulnerable tourist destinations in the future. theo http://www.huffingtonpost.com/marcus-mau/world-banks-climate-report_b_4120502.html 
Appeals for Serious World Attention on Cambodia
PR Newswire 
October 18, 2013 10:32 AM
Cambodia is fast on a path to another severe tragedy, threatening regional stability.
 
SEATTLE, Oct. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Khmer People Network for Cambodia* (KPNC) will host a press conference at The National Press Club, 529 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC, 13th Floor, First Amendment Lounge on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 from 9:15 AM to 11:00 AM. The event will cover critical human rights violations, the dwindling state of democracy in Cambodia and related subjects, and their impacts since the signing of the Paris Peace Agreements (PPA) 22 years ago. The conference will focus on the following:
 
Human Rights: We look generally into Human rights and basic freedoms violations, and in particular, government treatments of protestors; war crimes and crimes against humanities; ranges of victims and culture of impunity.
 
State of Democracy: It is to examine the democratic process, starting from voter registration to post election, including the election apparatus, the judicial body, the court system and the king role. Cambodia now faces an ever dangerous post-election political impasse due to fragrantly flawed system and gross mishandling by the electoral authorities.
 
Land Grabs: We will go over the land rights issues and their impacts on victims and their children.
 
Human Trafficking: The poor are very vulnerable to trafficking, women and children in particular.
 
Paris Peace Agreements on Cambodia of October 23, 1991: We will bring back to light this important international instrument. We will see how this legal instrument can be used to help resolve the current impasse, which has caused a lot of concerns around the world. If left unfairly resolved, it may lead Cambodia back on the fast lane to its recent past “Killing Fields.”
 
World Appeals: Given the gravity of the political situation in Cambodia, and on behalf of the Cambodian people inside as well as outside Cambodia, the Khmer People Network for Cambodia*, together with the Cambodia National Rescue Foundation and The Khmer Sleuk Rit, Inc., would like to respectfully ask the world community to help recharge, once again, the forceful implementation of the relevant provisions of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements to halt Cambodia from slipping back into another killing-field.
 
* A networking organization with 13 member organizations based in US, France and Cambodia.
 
SOURCE Khmer People Network for Cambodia

 


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