Tuesday, October 19, 2010
CPP Denounces Critics on Border Issue
The Cambodian People's Party (CPP) denounced as groundless and unlawful acts allegations (on territorial issue) against the Royal Government of Cambodia, Prime Minister Samdech Hun Sen and the ruling party.
In its October 18, 2005 statement signed by its president Samdech Chea Sim, the CPP said a group of
reactionaries have continued their slander on border issue and rhetorically attacked the Party, the government and , particularly, Samdech Hun Sen with no responsibility and respect to the interest of the nation and the people.
"The Cambodian People's Party would dare to think, to do and to be responsible before the national history on all activities the Party has done, is doing and will continue to do", the statement stressed.
The CPP voiced full support to the joint communiqué signed in Hanoi on October 10, 2005 between Cambodia and Viet Nam in relation with the signing of the additional treaty attached to the 1985 Border Demarcation Treaty.
The CPP also advocated all measures taken by the government against the reactionaries.(ends)
Posted by KICTA at 2:14 PM