Mu Sochua listens to flood vicitms-Battambang
According to the World Bank:
In 2011 Poor people in Cambodia (living below $1.15/day) = 3 million
The Near poor people (making between $1.15 and $2.30 per day) = 8.1 million
CAMBODIA POPULATION TODAY = 15 MILLION
THIS MEANS 3 MILLION POOR + 8.1 MILLION NEAR POOR = 11.1 MILLION CAMBODIANS LIVE WITH LESS THAN $2.30/PER DAY!
NOW WE UNDERSTAND WHY PEOPLE WANT CHANGE!
On Saturday 22 February, the Cambodia National Rescue Party will celebrate the vital role of thousands of volunteers who generously gave their time to the months of non-violent protests at Freedom Park.
The celebration will take place at CNRP HQ from 2:00-6:00PM with speeches and music.
2013–14 Cambodian protests
Cambodia National Rescue Party supporters VOA.jpg
Date July 2013–4 January 2014
Human rights violations
Parties to the civil conflict
Various other groups (incl. students, teachers, farmers, labor unions, and Buddhist monks)
Independent Monk Network for Social Justice
Cambodian Independent Teachers Association
Death(s) 4 
leaders of Cambodia’s ruling party(CPP) have not learned from their past mistake of turning the youth against them.
This young man is an innocent coconut seller who became another victim of the CPP fight to keep their power at all cost.
He screamed for justice. He wanted to return to confront those who beat him so savagely.
Learning from past experience, we learn to get the wounded out of the scene or they risk further beating.
These security guards who are not at all trained are hired to aim , to maim and even to kill.
Youth Beaten Bloody during Borei Keila Occupation Clampdown
នៅម៉ោងប្រហែល ៧ ព្រឹកនេះ ផ្លូវចូលទៅកាន់បុរីកីឡា ត្រូវបានបិទ ហើយកងនគរបាលបង្ក្រាបបាតុកម្ម និងកងសន្តិសុខជាច្រើន ត្រូវបានដាក់ពង្រាយដើម្បីបណ្តេញប្រជាពលរដ្ឋចេញពីអគារ។ ប្រជាពលរដ្ឋចំនួន ៦នាក់ បានរងរបួសយ៉ាងធ្ងន់នៅក្នុងពេលប៉ះទង្គិចគ្នានោះ ដោយរួមមានស្ត្រីមានផ្ទៃពោះ ៧ខែម្នាក់ផងដែរ។
At about 7am this morning, the road leading to Borei Keila was blocked and riot police, military police and security guards were deployed to remove the families from the building. Six people were seriously injured in the ensuing clashes, including one 7-month-pregnant woman.
Full story The Phnom Penh Post