បែកធ្លាយរឿងរ៉ាវជីវិតលោក ឆាំ ឆានី ប្តឹង ហ៊ុន សែន និង រណឫទ្ធិពីបទឲ្យក្រុមហ៊ុនកាប់បំផ្លាញព្រៃឈើ ធ្វើឲ្យកើតទឹកជំនន់ជន់លិចស្រូវកសិករ

សព្វថ្ងៃ បងប្អូនដែលតាមដានផេករបស់លោក ឆាំ ឆានី ប្រាកដជាស្គាល់លោក ឆាំ ឆានី ច្បាស់ថាជាសកម្មជនភាគីប្រឆាំង ដែលចូលចិត្តបកស្បែកហែកមុខមន្រ្តីរដ្ឋាភិបាលដោយរឿងរសើប ៗ ជាច្រើន រហូតដល់មន្រ្តីគ្រាក់ ៗ ខ្លះបាក់ស្បាតទន់លោង គ្រាន់តែឮសូរ ឆាំ ឆានី ស្រែកហៅប៉ូលិសឲ្យជួយការពារ ព្រោះលោក ឆាំ ឆានី ប្រៀបដូចជាជ្រូកព្រៃខ្សែប្រយុទ្ធដែលមានខ្នាយឈូសខ្វេះរលេះរលួយគ្មានសល់​នូវរឿងរ៉ាវអាថ៌កំបាំង​ទាំងឡាយរបស់មន្រ្តីគ្រាក់ ៗ ទាំងនោះ សូម្បីតែលោក ហ៊ុន សែន ក៏ត្រូវបានឈូសខ្វេះគ្មានសល់ដែរ   ។

តាមពិតទៅ លោក ឆាំ ឆានី ធ្លាប់ជាប្រធានសមាគមកសិករខ្មែរដែលការពារផលប្រយោជន៍របស់កសិករ កាលពីឆ្នាំ ២០០១ បាដាក់ពាក្យប្តឹងលោក ហ៊ុន សែន និង ព្រះអង្គម្ចាស់រណឫទ្ធិពីបទអនុញ្ញាត​ឲ្យ​ក្រុមហ៊ុនកាប់ឈើរុករានទន្ទ្រានកាប់បំផ្លាញព្រៃឈើជាហេតុនាំឲ្យកើតទឹកជំនន់ជន់លិចស្រែស្រូវកសិករ  ទាំងធ្វើឲ្យបាត់បង់ជីវិតមនុស្សជាច្រើើនដោយសារទឹកជំនន់ ហេតុនោះ អ្នកអនុញ្ញាតត្រូវតែទទួលខុសត្រូវចំពោះវិនាសកម្មទាំងនោះ ។

ជួសនឹងតុលាការក្រុងភ្នំពេញចាត់ការជនជាប់ចោទតាមពាក្យបណ្តឹង តុលាការបែរជាតាមរករឿងលោក ឆាំ ឆានី រហូតដល់ត្រូវភៀសខ្លួនចេញពីមាតុភូមិ ។

នៅពេលបានឋានៈជនភៀសខ្លួនក្នុងប្រទេសសេរីហើយ លោក ឆាំ ឆានី នៅតែមានមនសិការចំពោះជាតិមាតុភូមិ បង្ហោះសារវាយប្រហារទង្វើទុច្ចរិតរបស់រដ្ឋាភិបាលសព្វថ្ងៃរហូតដល់ក្លាយ​ជាវីរជនខ្សែប្រយុទ្ធ​លើបណ្តាញសង្គម មានមនុស្សតាមដានពត៌មានរបស់លោកជាង ៣​ សែននាក់ ។

នៅឆ្នាំ ២០១៦ កូនប្រុសច្បងលោក ហ៊ុន សែន ឈ្មោះ ហ៊ុន ម៉ាណែត បានប្តឹងលោក ឆាំ ឆានី ពីបទបរិហារកេរ្តិ៍អំពីការដែលលោកបានចុះផ្សាយថា ប៊ុន រ៉ានី និង ហ៊ុន ម៉ាណែត ធ្វើជំនួញឈើប្រណីតខុសច្បាប់ នៅពេលនោះ លោក ហ៊ុន ម៉ាណែតបានប្តឹងលោក ឆាំ ឆានី ស្នើឲ្យប៉ូលិសអន្តរជាតិចាប់ខ្លួនលោក ប៉ុន្តែមិនបានសម្រេច ហេតុនោះ រឿងរ៉ាវនោះក៏ស្ងប់រហូតដល់សព្វថ្ងៃ ៕

Farmers Sue Top Officials, Blame Them for Flooding

By Samnang Ham -December 6, 2001

The Cambodian Independence Farmer’s Association has filed a lawsuit against Prime Minister Hun Sen and National Assembly Pres­ident Prince Norodom Ra­na­riddh in Phnom Penh Municipal Court, accusing the top officials of damaging their crops by allowing logging companies to cut trees throughout the country, which led to massive flooding.

Claiming that CIFA has a duty to protect the rights and interests of farmers, association President Chham Chhany said the lawsuit “has had enough reason” to bring both Hun Sen and Prince Rana­riddh to court because they have permitted logging companies to destroy the countryside.

“Hundreds of people lost their lives in floods and a big number of farmers’ plantation and property were damaged and destroyed in recent floods,” stated the complaint, filed by Sok Pheng, lawyer for CIFA. “Based on technical factors, the deforestation is an intention of pre-thought murder [of innocent people].”

Two months ago, CIFA filed a similar complaint but withdrew it immediately “be­cause the previous president feared about his security,” Sok Phen said. The president re­signed after the complaint was withdrawn, Sok Phen said.

“If the court keeps our complaint we will go up to the Su­preme Council of Magistracy,” Sok Pheng said.

Phnom Penh court clerk Kim Chheng Bun said the courts received the complaint six days ago and the case is being investigated by Prosecutor Chhim Chiva, but Chhim Chiva said he was not aware of the complaint.

CIFA, formed in early 2000 with an estimated 40 members, has helped thousands of flood victims, Chham Chhany claimed.

Hun Manet Launches Lawsuit Over Facebook Post
By
Kuch Naren -January 23, 2016

Prime Minister Hun Sen’s eldest son, Hun Manet, said on Friday he had filed a defamation complaint against a Facebook user who linked him and his mother to the illicit trade of luxury timber.

In a post to his own Facebook page on Friday afternoon, Lieu­tenant General Manet, a deputy commander of the Royal Cambo­dian Armed Forces, said that a user writing under the name Chham Chhany had damaged his family’s “honors and decency.”

“Today, I take legal action against one person named Chham Chhany, who have fabricated stories, which affected my and my family’s honors and decency,” Lt. Gen. Manet wrote.

“In a democratic society, every citizen has the rights to freedom of expression. Yet, the exercise of a person’s freedom of expression must be accompanied by a certain degree of personal responsibility.”

The offending post, titled “For­estry criminals are challenging to occupy logging areas, and the benefits go to the Hun family,” was made in response to the government’s newly formed task force to suppress the rampant illegal trade of luxury timber.

It links Lt. Gen. Manet and his mother, Bun Rany, to two wealthy businessmen, Soeng Sam Ol and Lim Bun­na, who were recently named by Council of Ministers spokes­man Phay Siphan as prime targets in a new crackdown on illegal logging.

“Soeng Sam Ol has Bun Rany standing behind him, while Hun Manet stands behind Lim Bunna, so the authorities who searched Lim Bunna’s timber stockpile said it’s legal wood,” the post said, referring to raids last week, the results of which are yet to be made public.

Chham Chhany wrote that he had acquired intelligence suggesting that “authorities have received an order from Bun Rany Hun Sen to facilitate the business of the two Oknhas.”

“Oknha” is an honorific granted to wealthy businesspeople in exchange for a sizable financial contribution to the state.

“My source clarified that, in the past, Bun Rany Hun Sen did not know that Oknha Khna [Mr. Bunna] has a relationship with Hun Manet, which is why she borrowed Samdech [Hun Sen’s] hand to get rid of Oknha Khna and pave the way for Oknha Soeng Sam Ol to fell the trees,” the Facebook user wrote.

“But after Oknha Khna begged for intervention from Hun Manet, things were changed to ‘legal wood,’ meaning that the two Oknhas still have the opportunity to fell trees, especially to feed Bun Rany and Hun Manet. If they do not feed them enough: imprison, imprison, imprison.”

Earlier this month, the Na­tional Police Commissariat posted a report to its website ac­cusing Mr. Sam Ol of laundering illegally cut timber through an economic land concession inside the Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanc­tu­ary in Mondolkiri province.

After the news was picked up by the media, however, the report vanished from the website, and po­lice officials suggested it never existed.

As part of the crackdown that followed, a warehouse in Kratie province belonging to Mr. Bunna was searched for illegal timber.

The Mondolkiri provincial governor also said this week that Mr. Bunna had been granted an economic land concession inside the Phnom Prich sanctuary after Mr. Hun Sen put a freeze on such developments in 2012, though the Environment Ministry said the contract was only for clearing wood on a canceled concession.

Members of Mr. Hun Sen’s family and inner circle were previously linked to illegal logging—which has seen Cambodia’s for­ests chopped down at one of the fastest rates in the world—in the 2007 Global Witness report “Cambodia’s Family Trees: Illegal logging and the stripping of public assets.”

It said the most powerful illegal logging syndicate was operated by Mr. Hun Sen’s cou­sin and his ex-wife, a friend of Ms. Rany. The government or­dered all copies of the report seized and destroyed.

Following the release of an earlier report on illegal logging in 2005, “Taking a Cut,” Global Wit­ness had been banned from working in the country, though it continued to conduct investigations into the plundering of Cam­bodia’s natural resources.

Lt. Gen. Manet said in his post on Friday that he had submitted his defamation complaint to the National Police and requested that Chham Chhany—whose Facebook page says he was educated in the U.S. and suggests he lives there—be prosecuted with the full force of the law.

The Facebook user did not re­spond to a request for comment.

However, in a post on his Face­book page responding to the lawsuit, he wrote, “Right after Hun Manet sued me, many people said that Chham Chhany could not escape jail. Although Ny has gone abroad, Interpol will track him down. Ooh, is Interpol hunting [people] down for defamation cases? Do not do such a thing. Ny will not go anywhere except staying at home. Ny is afraid of mosquito bites.”

National Police Commissioner Neth Saveoun said it was too early for him to discuss Lt. Gen. Manet’s complaint.

“I have not received the complaint in my hand,” he said.

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