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Wednesday 30 December 2009

The family reunion of the Hun (Sen) clan

Mr. Hun Sen (4th from left) and his brothers and sisters during the family reunion on 27th December, 2009.

By Khmerization

Prime Minister Hun Sen has on 27th December 2009 organised a first ever family reunion of the Hun family with more than 100 members of his extended families attending, reports Radio Free Asia.

According to Radio Free Asia, the Hun family reunion was organised after news that Thailand was hatching a coup plot to oust Prime Minister Hun Sen. Furthermore, during the family gathering, Mr. Hun Sen has reminded his children, nephews and nieces not to do bad deeds in order to avoid revenge attacks after he falls from powers. "The things that I worry the most are the irregular actions that have been caused by members of the Hun clan. Not only my own children, my nephews, nieces or grandchildren: the things I worry the most is the issue of them using (my) influence. I hope that my own nephews and nieces, nephew-in-laws and niece-in-laws can understand this issue. What is important is that, if they cannot do good things to the people, don't just use the influence of the Hun clan to harass the people. The children and the nephews and nieces who don't listen to my advice and who committed bad deeds and when Hun Sen falls from power, don't forget that you are the targets of the attacks", Mr. Hun Sen warned his relatives.

Mr. Yim Sovan, spokesman for the opposition Sam Rainsy Party, applauded Mr. Hun Sen's advice to his relatives. "It is the best advice to our children and there should be such an advice to the whole country, not just in within the family circle but in the whole national society that there should not be any bad deeds happening in the Khmer society because bad deeds brings injustices", Mr. Yim Sovan said.

The Hun family reunion under the patronage of the family patriarch Hun Neang.

According to Koh Santepheap newspaper, there are more than 100 family members, from four generations of the Hun family, attending the Hun clan reunion party at the Intercontental Hotel.

The party was celebrated under the patronage of the family patriarch Hun Neang, the 87 year-old father of Mr. Hun Sen with all 6 of his children and their families attending.

In attendance are Mr. Hun Sen's eldest brother, Mr. Hun San and his wife Mrs. Choeng Kim San and their 5 children and 10 grandchildren. Second eldest brother Hun Neng and his wife Mrs. Leang Vuoch Cheng plus his 6 children and 8 grandchildren. Mr. Hun Sen and his wife Mrs. Bun Rany plus 5 children and 9 grandchildren. First younger sister Hun Seng Ny plus their four children and 8 grandchildren, second younger sister Hun Sinath and husband Mr. Nim Chandara plus four children and 3 grandchildren and the youngest sister Mrs. Hun Bunthoeun and husband Seang Bunleang plus 7 children and 8 grandchildren.

During the family reunion party, Mrs Hun Kimleng, daughter of Kampong Cham Governor Hun Neng and wife of National Police Commissioner Neth Savoeun, made a speech thanking Prime Minister Hun Sen for leading the Hun family to the highest honours in the country. She said all the Hun family members are honoured to be born in the Hun family name.


Anonymous said...

today they're a wealthy family. In his speach, he warns to their children and grandchildren about an unpredictable futur in cambodia. all these because, he knews he's a murder, a dictature, every crime he's commited will hunt back to his family. he refered him to a pol pot era, that we all knew how he ended up his life.

Anonymous said...

30 December 2009 2:02 PM

ah lop euy ah lop. I like how you take something as straight as this and twist it into something else. Ah lop eung like to twist things to fit your own objective, don't you ah lop fucker idiot.

Anonymous said...

Prime ministers and presidents in democratic countries like japan, Australia, UK and America never warned their children about revenge attacks after they lost powers. This is because these leaders are elected by the people and ruled their countries well and never committed bad deeds.

The reasons Hun Sen warned his relatives that they might be the targets of the revenge attacks was because Hun Sen himself had committed many bad deeds against his own people and his opponents.

Hun Sen must know that his bad deeds will return to haunt him and his relatives after he falls from powers. Revenge attacks are one things, but other means of revenge like through legal channels for his crimes will certainly be pursued by the victims' families.

Anonymous said...

In principle , the bad deeds produce always the bad effects . All the bad effects may generate more and more bad deeds if you cannot stop it. When the conscience is not still and not in peace , every bad deed follows endlessly the doer . This is a natural law of nature of things . Lust , hate and Ill will are the natural Roots of bad deeds .
It's never late to see what are illusions and what are not !


The talking silence of many

Anonymous said...

I thought Pol Pot was bad for killing approximately 1.7 million Cambodians while he ruled Cambodia from April of 1975 to his last day of January the 6th of 1979. HUN SEN is the worst. He has killed the entire Khmer population and sold Cambodia to the Foreigners, especially, the Vietnamese.

His entire clans(Hun Sen and his gangs)should be jailed or condemned in HELL for what they have done to people and the country.

PS. The United Nation should open their eyes wideopened and go back to Cambodia to straight out this idiot, HUN SEN, before he destroys the country. If the UN put the 5 people who responsible for the 1.7 million deaths on trial, the UN should put this scumbag, HUN SEN, on trial too. He was the former KHMER ROUGE himself. I am sure this scumbag has something to do with 1.7 million death.

Thanks for reading.

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Anonymous said...

Samdech Akkak Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen from Hanoi look cool !!!