Hun Sen’s ‘Color Revolution’ Cover Story

On October 24, during flood relief efforts in northwestern Cambodia last weekend, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen turned his attention toward an unnamed opposition group, which he accused of violently seeking power through a “color revolution.”

Claiming “the opposition never had an honest will to unify, only to destroy,” Hun Sen declared that he had no need for political negotiation.

“Those who break the law have to deal with the court, and they need to first serve a prison sentence. After that, we can talk. You can form a political party after serving a jail term; that’s your right,” he said.

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