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Watch out ladies !

Post by Anchor Moy » Mon Jan 12, 2015 2:42 pm

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Speaking to reporters after his speech, Prince Ranariddh then invoked his own virility to issue a warning to any critics who think that he is incapable of leading Funcinpec back to success.

“Samdech Krom Preah is back,” the prince said, referring to himself using his honorary title.

“His excellencies see me as a 71-year-old, but I would like to tell women: Do not trust the 71-year-old grandfather, and do not desire to try him—you will be in danger,” he said.

At a press conference earlier this month, the prince also boasted of his strength despite his age, comparing himself to an old car that “can run for a long time,” and called for more female journalists to attend future Funcinpec press events.


Prince Ranariddh is set to once again be named Funcinpec president at a special party congress next Monday, eight years after he was ousted as the party’s leader.

Prince Sisowath Sirirath, a member of the party’s permanent committee who has criticized Prince Ranariddh’s return as a “calamity,” said it was not new for him to boast about lovemaking.

“That is what got him in trouble in the first place,” Prince Sirirath said, in reference to the high-profile extramarital excursions that coincided with Prince Ranariddh’s downfall in the mid-2000s.
Actually, the key phrase is at the end of the article:
“We abide by the request of Princess Norodom Arunrasmey and Nhiek Bun Chhay to invite Ranariddh back to lead the party,” Prince Sirirath said. “It is on the very modest advice of Prime Minister HE. We will go along with that.”
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