Phnom Penh (FN), May 16 – Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Interior Sar Kheng told police officials today all across the country to try hard to minimize passive acts and performance considered tainted with irregularities with a view to improving social justice that is acceptable to the people.

In his address to police officials during the commemoration of the 71st anniversary of the Cambodia National Police at the Interior Ministry, amid an on-going protest by some NGO activists for their human rights colleagues to be freed from detention under charges of bribery of a witness, Sar Kheng explained that reducing passive acts and commitment of irregularities, would help to improve social justice and hence avoid a color revolution.

“Color revolution or people’s revolution is made possible only by bad performances or acts of irregularities in our management. We have to acknowledge this. As far as our management is concerned, we don’t need to talk of being perfect, but of a level that people can enjoy living together. Then there would be no reason for a color revolution,” said Sar Kheng.
While pushing the authorities to be open to and accept complaints deemed reasonable and fair and then addressed them effectively and acceptably to the locals, Sar Khen did not encourage what he called unreasonable complaints to be addressed.