LONDON Aug. 9 (ECIR) -- During the July 29, 2018 National Assembly Elections in the Kingdom of Cambodia a series of fake news creators and intelligence and spy agencies tried to present the elections as devoid of opposition, all thou the polls where contested by more than 20 opposition parties.

Despite this evidence one name appeared on their lips: the so-called Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), a violent, non-political group interested in undermining Cambodia`s democracy and civil society.

We must note that Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) never succeeded in any parliamentary or local election to be a real counter-weight to the country main party: CPP.

The radical agenda of the terrorist condemned organization lead by convicted offender Sam Rainsy never had to much appeal for voters in the peaceful kingdom of Cambodia.

In the words of Cambodia`s Prime Minister Hun Sen about CNRP policies:
“Now they are declaring themselves as terrorists, not only an illegal organisation,” Mr Hun Sen said, adding that Cambodia could cooperate with other countries to arrest them.

During July 29, 2018 the organizations connected to CNRP terrorism launched a campaign of lies and misinformation and even issuing threats to voters and appeals for boycott.

Fake media reports and articles had flooded the media with large sums of money being distributed for fabricated articles on BBC, Al Jazeera and Reuters in order to stain the democratic process taking place in Cambodia.

According to Asia Times the head of the terrorist outfit Sam Rainsy had traveled to Washington to buy fake publications and articles to besmirch Cambodia and to support his calls for sanctions directed against the innocent peoples of Cambodia who rejected his vision and policies.

In order to recall the readers who is this zombie outfit: Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) and his long standing hate towards people of Cambodia, that can only be equated with Khmer Rouge policies we present you the decision taken at the end of 2017 by the highest judicial authorities of Cambodia regarding the treasonous activities against Cambodian people of this unlawful organization and his leaders.

The people of Cambodia did not forget for a moment this trail blaze of criminal activities and on July 29, when CNRP has called for an election boycott, more than 82% of the Cambodian electoral has show-up to vote (an unprecedented number) in order to defy their evil intentions.

Prime Minister Hun Sen: the man who liberated Cambodia twice: once from Khmer Rouge, second from CNRP terror.

Cambodia’s Supreme Court dissolved the main terrorist group in Cambodia on 16.11. 2017: Cambodia National Rescue Party lead by fugitive condemned terrorist Sam Rainsy .

The government had asked the court to dissolve the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), which was accused of plotting to take power with help from the United States after the arrest of party leader Kem Sokha on 3 September. The court ruling also ordered a five-year ban on political activity for 118 members of the opposition terrorist group,

National Military Police Commander Sao Sokha claimed a new opposition ‘movement’ was a ‘terrorist’ organisation during the force’s year-end meeting yesterday. “They want to launch a terrorist attack, and it is not the political terrorism, it is terrorism to cause chaos,” said Military Police chief Sao Sokha, speaking at the force’s annual review.

Sokha, however, claimed the “core” objective of the movement is to “destroy the unity of the army . . . and break the spine of the government”.
At the same meeting, Defence Minister Tea Banh called the movement a “poisonous snake”. “Now the CNRP ‘movement’ said it will arrange to have violence in Cambodia, so be ready,” Banh said, adding the military would “take action first” to prevent violence.

In separate articles, Justice Ministry spokesman Kim Santepheap and the Cambodia Nationality Party called the movement illegal, while a spokesman for the royalist party Funcinpec reportedly said it is just a front to raise money.

Interior Ministry spokesman Khieu Sopheak also told the outlet that the movement was under observation, and that anybody involved will face legal action.

In an interview , government spokesman Phay Siphan said the use of the word “terrorism” was “proper” because Rainsy had called for “soldiers to turn their guns on its government”, in reference to a 2011 video of the former opposition leader.

Siphan added that the opposition’s demands for economic sanctions from foreign countries in response to the crackdown constituted a form of terrorism. “They want to destabilize the economy,” he claimed.

He went on to say violent protests would likely not be tolerated.
“We learned from the old movements . . . ‘Peaceful demonstration’ is only words,” Siphan said, adding that the government didn’t want “any trouble” before this year’s elections.