Nov 9 Will Be Rainsy’s ‘Final Day,’ CPP Spokesman Says

As opposition leader Sam Rainsy vowed to put his freedom and life on the line in his attempt to return to Cambodia on November 9, the ruling party said on Tuesday that the day would mark his “final day.”

Sok Eysan, spokesman of the ruling Cambodian People’s Party, said the rhetoric of Rainsy, acting president of the banned Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), was mere rabble-rousing, a desperate attempt to incite Cambodians and use them “as a springboard to demand power.”

It was also a way to hype himself up so he would not, once again, back down from a promise to try to return from exile, Eysan said.

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