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Hun

a member of any of several Asiatic nomadic peoples speaking Mongoloid or Turkic languages who dominated much of Asia and E Europe from before 300 bc, invading the Roman Empire in the 4th and 5th centuries ad
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Rainsy also claimed that Hun Sen had brought in foreigners to control the Kingdom and that he and the people must take back Cambodian independence.
The list also covered accounts belonging to government top brass, namely Hun Manet; Vong Bunintreavuth, director-general of General Department of National Treasury; Pich Sophoan, secretary of state at the Ministry of Labour; and Heng Sour, Ministry of Labour spokesman.
Hun Sen said the search program, which had run for 30 years until being suspended last year, would resume even though the visa curbs had "unjustly sanctioned" Cambodia.
From outlawing the CNRP, the only visible opposition party, disqualifying its 118 members for five years, launching sweeping crackdown against the non-governmental organizations, rights groups and independent media, to actually voter intimidation and vote-buying, the Hun Sen regime resorted to all sort of nefarious techniques to manipulate every inch of the electoral process.
(5) The CPP followed up with a campaign of intimidation and coerced defections against CNRP members at the grassroots level, with Hun Sen ordering officials to "break the legs" of the party.
Pnom Penh: Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has become a "fully fledged military dictator" according to Human Rights Watch in a report released on Thursday investigating the extent of his personal control over the military and the police.
Just hours after arriving at Clark International Airport (CIA) on Saturday, Hun Sen was able to meet Marian at a welcome dinner hosted by former Pres.
Rangers fans have lobbied for the use of "Hun" in a football context to be made a hate crime.
This work is a step forward in that Sebastian Strangio does not hesitate to analyze the nexus between political power and economic opportunity that characterizes "Hunsenomics." A case in point is Strangio's handling of the rise of the Sokimex Group--a conglomerate that encompasses interests from petroleum to hospitality services, including the concession to operate Angkor Archeological Park--the owners of which won Hun Sen's favor by making gasoline available to the Cambodian People's Party forces during the 1997 coup (131-135).
Hun Sen's remarks came after rumors across social media on Sunday that he had a massive stroke on Friday afternoon and had been rushed to Calmette Hospital before being sent to Singapore for medical treatment.
Facing political opposition and diminished Chinese support, Hun Sen government seeks greater regional integration