Crossing Cambodia

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Bump 'em (continued)!

In today's (November 15, 2006) Cambodia Daily a short report about a top adviser for prime minister Hun Sen who was 'rear-ended' on the Russian Federation Boulevard, for no apparent reason. The adviser then approached the offender but when the offender 'reached threateningly into his trouser pocket' the adviser retreated, which in light of several incidents in the past weeks seems to be quite sensible.
The report finishes with a quotation from an army general, whose roll seems unclear (he's a former head of military intelligence and current deputy director of the Apsara Authority, a government organisation which is managing Angkor Wat):
'Many government departments concerned ... had no leads yet in the case'.
Is this an example of anarchy?

Here is a link to the full article.
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