1985 Hun Sen becomes Prime Minister From December 1984 to March 1985, general Vietnamese offensive along the Thailand-Cambodian border tackled the bases of resitance. Disarray within the resistance. Internal quarrels around Son Sann; Sihanouk said he doubted whether a solution would come to life during his lifetime. Hun Sen becomes Prime Minister. He is 34 years old. An American organization accuses the government of Phnom Penh of serious violations of human rights. Scott Walker- Cambodia
1985 1985 - Hun Sen becomes prime minister. Cambodia is plagued by guerrilla warfare. Hundreds of thousands become refugees.
1986 Hue & Thua Thien Assoc. Mr. & Mrs. Dian - Mrs Tha Scott Walker- South Vietnam Hue
1986 ? Success of resistance in its war of guerilla. Shortness of the Vietnamese. In Beijing, the coalition of resistance anounce new peace proposals. In Phnom Penh, retaliation within the government accused of corruption. Scott Walker-
1987 Moscow attempts arbitration between Khmer Rouge and Cambodia Moscow is seeking a peace solution for Cambodia, involving negotiations involving all parties. New successes of the Khmer Rouge and Sihanoukists in Cambodia. In May, Sihanouk relinquished his official duties. Thailand closes the last refugee camp under the protection of the United Nations, Khao I Dang. In France, between Sihanouk and Hun Sen, who are in agreement on the aim to be reached; The independence of Cambodia guaranteed by an international conference. According to Hun Sen, the Vietnamese would leave the country in 1990. Scott Walker- Cambodia
Second series of interviews between Sihanouk and Hun Sen in the Paris region. The creation of a national unity government is envisaged. The fighting is being reduced in Cambodia where all parties are waiting for further negotiations. Sihanouk calls for direct talks with the Vietnamese on the withdrawal of troops.
1989 - Vietnamese troops withdraw. Hun Sen tries to attract foreign investment by abandoning socialism. The country is re-named the State of Cambodia. Buddhism is re-established as the state religion.
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