Report: Asean is doomed to split, says Cambodia’s Sam Rainsy

A prominent leader in Southeast Asia has said that the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) is doomed to split.

Acting president of Cambodia’s opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party Sam Rainsy was quoted by US-based political journalism company Politico Influence on Thursday (March 31) as saying “Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore will [regroup] against the block of autocratic regimes Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam and Thailand.”

“I think that Asean is doomed to split … and the moment of truth will come soon if nothing changes,” he was quoted as saying.

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