Almost 10 months since the last national election, the government of Cambodia is still somehow in deadlock. The opposition can’t seem to let go of their demand for “justice” and democratic resolutions, while the one in power can’t seem to care any less. On the International Labour Day, May 1, we saw some ridiculous acts and frustrating news – with again civilians and even a reporter being injured.
Why is this happening? Let’s try to look at this whole things by putting ourselves in our PM’s shoes: Continue reading From inside the Shoes of the PowerfulShare This: