Former Cambodian prime minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh has died, says information minister | Malay Mail

Former Cambodian prime minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh has died, says information minister | Malay Mail

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28/11/2021 4:11:00 PM

Former Cambodi an prime minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh has died, says information minister | Malay Mail

PHNOM PENH, Nov 28 — Former Cambodi an Prime Minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh has died in France, the Cambodi an minister of information said. He was 77. The prince, whose royalist political party won elections in 1993, was ousted in a 1997 coup by his coalition partner and rival Hun Sen, who...

channel for the latest updates.PHNOM PENH, Nov 28 — Former Cambodian Prime Minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh has died in France, the Cambodian minister of information said. He was 77.The prince, whose royalist political party won elections in 1993, was ousted in a 1997 coup by his coalition partner and rival Hun Sen, who remains Cambodia’s prime minister more than 20 years later.

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Information Minister Khieu Kanharith told Reuters he had received information from the royal palace that Ranariddh had died in Paris.Ranariddh was the most political member of Cambodia’s royal family in recent decades, continuing to lead the royalist Funcinpec party to contest elections for years after he was ousted.

But in 2017, he dismayed opponents of Hun Sen by saying there was no option but to work with Hun Sen, who has effectively sidelined all opposition parties and now presides over a one-party parliament.Ranariddh emerged from the shadow of his charismatic father, King Norodom Sihanouk, and led his Funcinpec party to a surprise victory in a historic U.N.-run vote in 1993 that was to end more than a decade of civil war in Cambodia. headtopics.com

Although he won the vote, Ranariddh was soon eclipsed and later ousted by the man with whom he agreed to share power, Hun Sen, the leader of the former Communist government. — Reuters

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