Posted on 18 August 2008. Filed under: *Editorial*, Week 573 |
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[…] Week 573 – 2008-08-17: Post-Election Period […]
Monday, 18.8.2008: Headlines only – text translation coming « The Mirror19 August 2008
Tuesday, 19.8.2008: Cambodian Section of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal Creates Mechanism against Corruption « The Mirror20 August 2008
Wednesday, 20.8.2008: A British Newspaper Says that If Hun Sen Does Not Change the Way of Ruling, Poor People Will Seek Different Means to Achieve Justice « The Mirror21 August 2008
Thursday, 21.8.2008: Hun Sen Government Is Weak, It Conducts Diplomatic Politics by Kneeling Down to Beg Siam to Withdraw Invading Troops from Cambodia « The Mirror22 August 2008
Friday, 22.8.2008: US Ambassador: Only Few Politicians of Cambodia Are Dedicated to Help the Cambodian People « The Mirror23 August 2008
Saturday, 23.8.2008: Opposition Party Asks to Meet the King to Report about Irregularities during the Elections « The Mirror24 August 2008
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