by Khmer Young
The nickname Khmer
is likely the central brain of divider. His comment is
nothing else important than to targeting his goal of dividing Khmers
We all here know well that Mu Sochua is Khmer,
Hun Sen is Khmer and Sam Rainsy is Khmer...we all Khmers, we speak the
same voice that Khmers are Khmers and we are sharing common interest
although sometime we are fighting against each other, for instance like
the case of NEC and MP Sam Rainsy, or the case of MP Mu Sochua and PM
Like MP Mu Sochua is very polite with with all her
speech towards PM Hun Sen by calling Somdech Hun Sen, and she has
firmly claimed to the public that her case is not about fighting to win
or to loss with PM Hun Sen, but to enable the betterment of the
judicial system of Cambodia which has been continually criticized by
experts, Cambodian people, foreign aids, human right watches, news
reporters and observers as politicized, biased and irrelevant for the
justice approaches towards the farmers, the poors and the weaks.
The case of MP Mu Sochua began with the derogatory
speech of PM Hun Sen in Kompot province referred to a Khmer woman who
is a lawmaker. His speech included "unbuttoned or exposed her bra" and
"Sattrey cheoung klang or strong leg woman". This is a sexual
harassment towards woman.
MP Mu Sochua's strong stance is to
collectively and positively impact the current court system of
Cambodia. The injustice an biased trial have come along with following
First, MP Mu Sochua's lawyer had been jeopardized.
Finally, her lawyer had to quit to be her defendant. After that MP Mu
Sochua couldn't afford lawyer to defend her (they might be threatened
or scared by the government). Then MP Mu Sochua was pitifully defending
her case by herself at the court.
Second, her lawsuit against
PM Hun Sen to protect herself from public stunt has become a
countersuit by PM Hun Sen which is rarely happening in the world of
court system. Her lawsuit was likely shamefully twisted.
her lawsuit was rejected by the municipal court, appeal court and
supreme court. All these three levels of court concluded the same
thing: MP Mu Sochua's case is illegitimate, but Hun Sen's case is
legitimate. Observers have spontaneously concluded that these tertiary
court are totally favouritistic, nepotistic and subservient to the
Until now, the ultimatum has delayed to July 16 to
pressure MP Mu Sochua to submit herself to this biased judgment by
paying the fine to both PM Hun Sen and national treasury in the amount
of nearly 2000$ each. Phay Siphan has claimed towards what CPP's
supporters said before by elaborating that the case doesn't reflect the
court system but to only individual between MP Mu Sochua and PM Hun
Sen. Minister Cabinet spokesman's rebuttal speech towards concern of UN
Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay is tend to avoid the actual politicized
court and nepotistic court system of Cambodia. Siphan might has no
will to reform the court, but Siphan is intending to lower down his
Decho Hun Sen to the level of conflict between a man and a woman (?).
However, those dividing messages and rebuttal statements made by
many government spokesmen don't prevail any genuine interest to
Cambodian people, but to avoid facing the serious issues of judiciary
system occurring inside Cambodian society.
Hence, MP Mu Sochua
has stood up and firmly maintained her stance to handle those serious
issues; and her commitment and dedication must be appraised by all
Cambodian people, all leaders of the government and the international
We, Cambodians, should stand with her to peacefully
habitat the biased court system of Cambodia. If you don't do now, this
controversial case of court will physiologically jail all Cambodian
people...Cambodian people will become the hostage of this bad exemplary
court judgment...it is the same like the supplemental border treaty in
2005 between Cambodia and Vietnam has become the handcuff and prison
cell for all Cambodians...it is absolutely putting Cambodians as the
...Stop the circle of the political game of
putting Cambodians into the political hostage...
Cambodian Brighter Future depends on enduring conscience and tireless strivings of Cambodian Younger Generation!