April 30, 2013
By Neou Vannarin
The Cambodia Daily
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday raised concerns that his legacy would be physically eradicated if Cambodia’s electorate were to vote a new political party into power in the upcoming elections, claiming that a new government would tear down public buildings and infrastructure bearing his name.
Speaking to villagers and monks at the inauguration of a pagoda in Prey Veng province’s Mesang district, Mr. Hun Sen said the best way for voters to ensure that existing public buildings remain standing is to vote for CPP candidates, including the sons of party leaders, who are running for National Assembly seats in the July 28 ballot.
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