Cambodia government sees good results in socio-economic development

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Cambodia streetCambodia has maintained good results in socio-economic development, though the country’s main opposition party has boycotted parliament for 11 months against the July election outcome, a ruling party’s senior official said June 28.

The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) lost in the parliamentary election in July last year, but it denied the election results and has boycotted the parliament and incited street protests since then to demand a reelection.

“Their actions created real difficulties at the start of the term for the Cambodian government that is making efforts to maintain stability and build the country in all fields,” Heng Samrin, honorary president of the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), said during the commemoration of the party’s 63rd founding anniversary.

“However, those disruptions could not prevent the march forward of the country since sustainability of the state and regularity of the people’s socio-economic life are firmly guaranteed. Thus, Cambodia has not been in any political impasses.”

He said starting the year 2014, Cambodia scores good results in socio-economic development, while enjoying favors in its relations with other countries and development partners.

“In reality, in the first five months of this year, the Cambodian economy appears to be in good health,” said Heng Samrin, who is also the president of the National Assembly, adding that the country is predicted to see an economic growth of seven percent this year.

Meanwhile, he said the CPP still continued to leave the door open for negotiations with the opposition and warned foreigners for any attempts to interfere into Cambodia’s internal affairs.

“The CPP welcomes encouragement from outside, however, it will not consider acceptable any interference into Cambodian internal affairs,” he said.

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Cambodia has maintained good results in socio-economic development, though the country’s main opposition party has boycotted parliament for 11 months against the July election outcome, a ruling party’s senior official said June 28.

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Cambodia streetCambodia has maintained good results in socio-economic development, though the country’s main opposition party has boycotted parliament for 11 months against the July election outcome, a ruling party’s senior official said June 28.

The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) lost in the parliamentary election in July last year, but it denied the election results and has boycotted the parliament and incited street protests since then to demand a reelection.

“Their actions created real difficulties at the start of the term for the Cambodian government that is making efforts to maintain stability and build the country in all fields,” Heng Samrin, honorary president of the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), said during the commemoration of the party’s 63rd founding anniversary.

“However, those disruptions could not prevent the march forward of the country since sustainability of the state and regularity of the people’s socio-economic life are firmly guaranteed. Thus, Cambodia has not been in any political impasses.”

He said starting the year 2014, Cambodia scores good results in socio-economic development, while enjoying favors in its relations with other countries and development partners.

“In reality, in the first five months of this year, the Cambodian economy appears to be in good health,” said Heng Samrin, who is also the president of the National Assembly, adding that the country is predicted to see an economic growth of seven percent this year.

Meanwhile, he said the CPP still continued to leave the door open for negotiations with the opposition and warned foreigners for any attempts to interfere into Cambodia’s internal affairs.

“The CPP welcomes encouragement from outside, however, it will not consider acceptable any interference into Cambodian internal affairs,” he said.

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