Bangkok-based newspaper The Nation has denied comments made by the spokesman of Cambodia’s Foreign Affairs Ministry that the publication was biased and received cash to criticize Prime Minister Hun Sen. In an opinion piece published last week, The Nation said that Mr. Hun Sen’s political career could come to an end if violence broke out in the aftermath of the July 28 vote. Foreign Affairs spokesman Koy Kuong reacted strongly in a letter to the newspaper, stating that the opinion article was “full of lies and manipulations.” The letter ran in full inside The Nation on Sunday. Responding
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