Hun Many: ‘I again appeal to all to increase high alertness’ on Omicron

In a message on social media posted today, the Prime Minister’s son, HE Hun Many, called on Cambodians to increase their vigilance and continue to implement health measures as the number of cases of COVID-19 is increasing day by day. ...

Khmer Times Staff

ASEFYLS4 Youth Summit kicks off

The 4th Asia-Europe Foundation Young Leaders Summit (ASEFYLS4) under the theme “Sustainable Development in a Post-COVID-19 World” has begun via videoconference. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Business a priority: Hun Many

Ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) lawmaker Hun Many reassured investors yesterday, saying the government was focusing on ensuring a good investment climate in the country underpinned by social stability. ...

May Kunmakara

High-stakes Grade 12 exams kick off

Education Minister Hang Chuon Naron applauded the vast majority of Grade-12 students for obeying the strict no-cheating rules he introduced three years ago as nationwide testing kicked off yesterday with relatively few hiccups. ...

Khouth Sophak Chakrya and Yesenia Amaro

PM’s son warns that civil war is possible

Cambodia could be headed to another civil war if the country’s young people fail to appreciate and preserve the peace achieved after decades of civil conflict, Hun Many, the son of Prime Minister Hun Sen, said over the weekend. ...

May Titthara

‘Good prospects’ for improved US relations, Cambodia lawmaker says

The U.S. and Cambodia have so far forged a good relationship, but there is room for improvement, a Cambodian lawmaker said Wednesday. Hun Many, who spoke at the U.S.-Korean Institute under Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies, said Cambodia needs more friends than ...

Men Kimseng

Hun Many hailed on return with peace prize

A day after being awarded the fledgling Gusi Peace Prize in Manila, Prime Minister Hun Sen’s youngest son, Hun Many, returned home to a hero’s welcome on Thursday. ...

Ben Sokhean and Anthony Jensen

PM’s son threatens lawsuits over attack allegations

In an apparent attempt to distance himself from the savage beating of two opposition party lawmakers last month, Hun Sen’s son and ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) lawmaker Hun Many threatened legal action against any individuals linking him to the incident.  ...

Vong Sokheng and Alessandro Marazzi Sassoon

PM’s sons begin to take center stage

As Prime Minister Hun Sen ages, more and more talk is surfacing of his sons taking his mantle and leading the country into the future. Two were in the spotlight this past week as they bolster their credentials for their eventual rise to the top ...

Chea Vannak

Large-scale Cambodian youth delegation to visit China

President of Cambodian Union of Youth Federations Hun Many will lead a 100-member youth delegation to visit China from June 21 to 25 to deepen youth-to-youth relations between the two countries. . ...

The Cambodia Herald News Staff

Eight charged, jailed over gateway arson

Eight men who were arrested last week for their alleged involvement in the arson of a decorative gateway built for the Angkor Sankranta New Year festival in Siem Reap City were charged Friday and sent to the provincial prison, officials said Sunday. ...

Ouch Sony

Cambodia's youth leader pledges closer ties with China

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s youngest son Hun Many, who is also the president of the Union of Youth Federation, on Friday vowed to encourage youths to continue maintaining and deepening relations between Cambodia and China for mutual benefits. ...

Global Post News Staff

Cambodian PM says not to appoint capable children in posts

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said Wednesday that he could not appoint his children in the cabinet posts even though they were qualified. “I have five children and five children-in-law. All of them have possessed degrees ranging from bachelor’s degrees to doctorate’s degrees, but I cannot ...

Xinhuanet News Staff

Anonymous hacked us: Hun Many’s youth group

The Union of Youth Federations of Cambodia (UYFC), led by Hun Many, Prime Minister Hun Sen’s son, is claiming that one of its Facebook pages was hacked by international “hactivist” group Anonymous. ...

Vong Sokheng

Hun Many opens up to criticism

Prime Minister Hun Sen may regularly deliver hours of bombastic public oratory and rarely, if ever, allow anyone to ask questions of him. But his youngest son, Hun Many, a rising star in the ruling CPP, has begun doing just the opposite as he builds on ...

Kevin Ponniah

Corruption not rampant: Hun Many

Hun Many, the youngest son of Prime Minister Hun Sen and an elected lawmaker in Kampong Speu province, has defended his party against allegations of nepotism, corruption and election irregularities in a foreign TV interview. In a wide-ranging Channel News Asia interview that aired on Friday, ...

Kevin Ponniah

1,000 Cambodian women die from cervical cancer every year

About 1,000 Cambodian women died from cervical cancer every year, said Hun Many, president of Union of Youth Federation of Cambodia. Speaking Saturday at a news conference on anti cervical cancer campaign, Many, son of Prime Minister Hun Sen, said the death rate of cervical ...

The Cambodia Herald News Staff

Cambodia's solar solution

Australia-based energy company Star8 officially launched operations on Friday at its solar-powered factory just outside of Phnom Penh. The ceremony marked the commencement of production on solar-powered tuk-tuks, the mainstay of the company. Hun Many, the youngest son of Premier Hun Sen, and Alison Burrows, the Australian ...

David Boyle and Koam Chanrasmey

CPP fills seats with … CPP

Ruling party lawmakers yesterday unanimously voted to fill each of the National Assembly’s nine commissions with their own members. The vote was made without the presence of the opposition, which has been boycotting parliament since its opening late last month. Among the five Cambodian People’s Party members ...

Meas Sokchea

Senior CPP Officials Agree to Give Up Lawmaker Positions

The National Election Committee (NEC) on Monday said that a host of senior ruling party officials had resigned from their elected posts in Parliament in order to allow lawmakers lower down the party’s rostrum of candidates to be given a seat in the National Assembly. “The ...

Phorn Bopha

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