Regarding this dispute, during his travel to Kampot on 04 April, Hun Sen attacked "a woman" whom he declined to name her name: "In this province, there is a woman known to be a provocateur. She tripped on someone, but she accused him of unbuttoning her blouse," Hun Sen claimed. Mu Sochua declared that she was indignant of Hun Sen's speech. She said that Hun Sen was referring to her dispute with a CPP activist which dated to July 2008. During the general election campaign in Kampot, the SRP candidate tried to stop a car bearing the army license plate which took part in the CPP procession. Her goal was to take a picture of it to use as a proof to her complaint to the National Election Committee (NEC). During the altercation, Mu Sochua said that she sustained violence from the CPP activists. A button of her blouse popped out also.According to Article 63 of the current penal code, defamation in Cambodia may include a fine of 1 to 10 million riels (US$250 to US$2,500).
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Ms Mu Sochua vs Mr Hun Sen
The dispute between Hun Sen and Sam Rainsy Party (SRP) MP is cranking up: