សមាជិក-សមាជិកានៃគណៈកម្មការដើម្បីសិទ្ធិបោះឆ្នោតរបស់ខ្មែរនៅក្រៅប្រទេសរស់នៅទីក្រុងកាល់ហ្គារី ខេត្តអាល់បើរតា ប្រទេសកាណាដា បានថតរូបចូលរួមយុទ្ធនាការពិភពលោកដើម្បីបញ្ឈប់និទន្ទភាពនៅកម្ពុជា មុនការឈានជើងមកដល់នូវថ្ងៃទិវាសិទ្ធិមនុស្សអន្តរជាតិ ១០ ឆ្នូ ២០១៤ នេះ។ ជាពិសេស ក្រុមសមាជិក-សមាជិកាទាំងអស់ដែលដឹកនាំដោយលោកសេង សុភ័ណ បានរួមចំណែកជាមួយយុទ្ធនាការរួមគ្នាមួយនេះជាមួយមជ្ឈមណ្ឌលសិទ្ធិមនុស្សនៅកម្ពុជា។
The members of The CEROC or Commission for Election Rights of Overseas Cambodians in the city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, have participated with a worldwide “CAMPAIGN” to “SAY NO TO IMPUNITY IN CAMBODIA” before the arriving day of Human Rights Day in this December 10, 2014. Especially, the team members led by Mr. Sophoan Seng have taken part in this collective campaign in with the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR).
According to this agreement, the flexibility of the NEC’s Nine Committee Members is realistic. Many countries such as USA, Australia, France and Canada etc. allow its citizens to withdraw their citizenship by submitting application to the Immigration Ministry. Withdrawing and re-applying is feasible. It only takes time to go through with all the legal procedures. Suspension her France and Canadian citizenship is feasible for Dr. Pung Chev Kek in order to oblige her prestigious role as the Ninth Member of the NEC.
However, The CEROC is concerning the unalienable rights and accessibility to be able to vote in Cambodia elections. While the Nine Committee Members of NEC can vote to select the Secretary and Vice Secretary, they must be able to support all Khmer Overseas to vote as well in accordance to the spirit of Cambodia Constitution and Universal Rights Declaration of the United Nations.
However, the amendment of the National Constitution to paving way for Independent and Effective NEC must include some clause to clearly articulate that “All Khmer people regardless of where they are living, they must be able to vote in Cambodia elections”.
Sam Rainsy at the National Assembly on Friday. Pha Lina
Rainsy to get rank ‘equal’ to PM
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy today obtained an analog TV license for his party and a future parliamentary position as the officially recognised minority leader, in return for a major concession on election reform to the ruling Cambodian People’s Party.