Cambodian PM urges opposition supporters to avoid protests during SEA Games

Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen on Sunday called on main opposition party supporters to avoid protests as the kingdom is hosting the 32nd South-East Asian (SEA) Games.

Running on May 5-17, the biennial multi-sport event has brought together a total of 10,890 athletes, coaches, arbitrators and officials from 11 Southeast Asian countries.

In a special voice message, Hun Sen warned that any attempts to destroy the kingdom’s security, public order and reputation would not be forgiven.

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