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The Cambodian Union has declared itself a sovereign nation. Found by the military, it will be headed by Prime Minister and Commander in chief of the military Ong Minh, the self declared father and supreme leader of the new country. His party the Chim ung party 'literally hawk party', is the only political party allowed in the Union. 

 

Government: Single Party oligarchy 

Currency: Riel

Language: Khmer

 

 

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Military establish bases throughout Cambodia

 

Cambodia's military finished a series of bases that now string throughout the Union, fortifications along the border and munition plants to supply are popping up near residential areas. At 60,000 strong the Cambodian army has a strong presence in the Union. The government was founded by the armed forces so its only natural that the military practically run the country. 

 

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Cambodian forces pass through a town in Central Cambodia, large patrols and convoys like the one above have become a common site all over the Union unnerving several citizens over what seems like military occupation. 

 

 

Harbor town brings wealth but also crime

 

 

 

The town of Kep at the Southern edge of Cambodia's coastline has been booming since the Union formed, ships flooding in from different private industries looking to take advantage of cheap crops, munitions and textiles in Cambodia. But there's another thing these ships are coming for, drugs, prostitution, and even human trafficking. Kep rakes in millions of Riel a week benefiting the economy of Cambodia, but Prime Minister Minh is growing irate over the increasing crime rate in the town wanting local law enforcement to step up their pace in eliminating drug trade and that destroying human trafficking is a top priority calling "sick and disgusting". Hundreds of police officers have been briefed on increasing patrols and investigations into the harbor area, the Cambodian government is sending out an official warning to foreigners not to go out alone in Kep as kidnappings toward young women has been on the rise. 

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Hundreds arrested in crackdown in Kep

 

Following orders from Prime Minister Minh, the Cambodian military in junction with the Kep police commenced a massive crackdown. Hundreds including Opium dealers, Human traffickers and gun smugglers were taken into custody. Opium dens were destroyed and thousands of weapons from around the globe were confiscated. A ship attempting to escape was fired on before finally submitting to military forces, it was carrying over a dozen young women abducted from around South East Asia bound to customers in the Americas and Europe.Prime Minister Minh stated those who have been arrested will more than likely face forced labor for the remainder of their lives.

 

 

Minh invites nations to embassy at Phnom Penh

 

Ong Minh thanks the nations of Tianxia, Kalashistan, and the Athenian Federation for recognizing their new nation, he also extends open invitation for them to build embassies in the capital city of Phnom Penh. Minh plans on creating relations with neighboring Tianxia, Selenarctos, Meihua, and Kalashistan for open trade and help keep the region stable through diplomacy. 

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Minh announces plans to integrate parliament

 

Prime Minister Ong Minh revealed today he plans to eventually integrate Parliament into the Cambodian government, Minh plans to slowly turn the Union government into a Parliamentary Republic in the next few years giving more power to the people of Cambodia. But for now the nation will have to settle for the military Oligarchy. Members of Parliament will be elected by the general public and represent jurisdictions throughout the nation. The reveal was a big hit with several groups who are pushing for a more democratic government in Cambodia.

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Minh signs legislature to build and empower Parliament 

 

Prime Minister Ong Minh signed into effect the 'Union Assembly Act' bringing the new Parliament of the Cambodian Union into power. The House of Union Assembly will be built within the capital near embassy lane. This is one of the biggest shifts in power seen since Minh seized power, Parliament will balance Minh's hold of the nation but Minh will still retain title of Prime Minister and is still commander and chief of the military.

Several citizens gathered to celebrate their nation making steps to becoming a democracy, others still protested on how Minh is still effectively the head of state of the Union. 

Bloody border brawl leaves 134 dead

 

A savage fire fight between Laotian militia forces and the Cambodian military broke out after tempers flared at a border checkpoint. A Laotian militia member started the fight when Cambodian military officers refused to allow a farmer's truck that was seized due to lack of paper work be returned to the farmer and shot a Cambodian customs officer point blank range with a Kar 98 rifle, killing him instantly. From there all hell broke loose, the Cambodian military fired on the Laotian militia forces, due to being better equipped and better trained the Cambodian military struck heavy losses on the militia group till they withdrew from the area. 134 were left dead after the hour long firefight over 103 of them Laotian militia alone, 10 civilians and 21 Cambodian deaths. Ong Minh stated that border security will be raised intensely along the territory of Laos and that he will be meeting with the military council to discuss what to do about the incident. 

 

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Members of the Cambodian army on high alert after Laotian militia opened fire at a border checkpoint. 

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Parliament takes first steps in making Union a democracy

 

The newly formed Parliament of the Cambodian Union has finished local elections in the provinces of Cambodia and its representatives are meeting to discuss plans to increase military spending or divert funds into developing the country. So far only major cities and large towns have access to clean water and electricity and the capital is the only city with access to internet. But rising tensions along the Laotian border could see the Cambodian army make raids into the territory and require more recruits and equipment.

 

More firefights prompt invasion of Laos

 

More firefights between Laotian militia groups and Cambodian soldiers have been reported in the last few weeks, military high command and Prime Minister Ong Minh have weighed in the option to invade Laos and force these militia groups to disband. Over 15,000 troops with armored support and even fighter patrols have been bulked in the Northern region. 

 

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Cambodian Mig-21 fighter at a base in Northern Cambodia, this particular fighter has been involved in over a dozen patrol and reconnaissance missions since the first shots were fired at the Cambodia-Laos border.

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Tianxia expresses concern about the crisis on our Southern border, especially reports of refugees trying to cross into Yunnan Province with reports of the Whitening in Refugee Camps.  We urge a peaceful solution, meanwhile we're reinforcing the border with a mountain infantry division and an air combat element of F-111s, F/A-18 E/F, A-10s, and surveillance drones.

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Helzan echoes Tianxia in our concern of the events ongoing between Cambodia and Laos considering their proximity to us. Military forces in Helzan are being put on to a increased alert in case the conflict spreads across to our borders. Helzan also advises both sides to halt all plans for future conflict and to use diplomacy to achieve a peaceful conclusion.  

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Message to tianxia, helzan

We are going to risk a recon team into laos, the unsettling violence could be affecting the entire territory and with my people being attacked I cannot stress enough how important time is. We will share all reports found and encourage your own actions to finding out what is causing unrest in Laos.

Signed, ong Minh
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Two squads of recon specialist entered Laos up the Mekong river, Abel squad and Charlie both reported alarmingly sporadic activity across the Southern region of Laos. Numerous militia patrols made navigation difficult and signs of civilian abuse seem to be on the rise. Abel squad reported that militia members target practice on homeless people and that farmers and smaller villages have to pay 'protection' fees. Charlie squad is making their way up to Attapu, stating heavy patrols have delayed them from progressing. Before they signed off for the first day of recon, Abel reported Opium dens in Muang Khong and that the militia might be using the opium as a source of income. 

 

So far the reports are showing that a large Laotian army is amassed in the South, using brute force to collect money and abuse civilians, they are possibly using opium dens as a source of income. Two more days of recon are planned for the two squads, they are now going radio silent for the next 24 hours. 

 

//Copy of report given to Tianxian and Helzan governments//

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To: Cambodia

 

We have received your report on the situation in Laos and we find the situation there unacceptable. Helzan forces will be marshaled to destroy all assets of the Laotian Army deemed to be hostile and dangerous. it will take some time for our forces to be ready to begin strikes. We would appreciate any further reconnaissance you are able to gather.

 

Commander Valerie Klein. 

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Recon missions being carried out by Abel and Charlie squads have reported their final report, Abel squad returned safely but Charlie squad engaged enemy forces after their mission became complicated. 

 

Abel reported several thousand Laotian militia troops amassing near the Helzan border, heavily armed with technicals and even what appeared to be cold war era tanks. Abel on their way back to the Cambodian border made a risky radio transmission stating that over 34,000 Laotian troops were amassed in the Southern border region. 

 

Charlie squad went further North, reporting that the Laotian militia had a force up to over 50,000 heavily armed and supplemented with numerous vehicles and tanks assaulting cities in the mid and northern region of Laos. This for the moment is making millions flee into Tianxia to escape the violent horde, accounts of pillaging and rape were high. Charlie squad made the decision to save a teenage girl from being raped by militia men. The six man squad engaged her attackers allowing her to escape but were quickly pinned down in the process. Two members of the squad were killed in action while the rest of Charlie squad managed to go underground in Muang Xon, they sent a radio transmission that made everything clear.

 

"They're called the Laotian Socialist Front, according to locals they've been burning and pillaging the Southern region for months and are making a full front invasion of the North. They buy off their weapons from arms dealers in the black market using funds made off of Opium dens scattered throughout Laos. They also have several women collected from smaller villages and farms forced into sex slavery and sold to officers in the LSF. All in all we are trapped here, they're looking for us now, had to leave Lin and Ko behind, they fought...they fought bravely. Let their families know how brave they were...requesting evac at the soonest, will be using burst transmission for contact, Captain Singh of Charlie squad out"

 

//report forwarded to Tianxia, Burma and Helzan//

 

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Ong Minh has with approval of Parliament declared Operation Pancho Villa in effect, over 45,000 Cambodian troops will be crossing the border backed up by three armored divisions and air support from the Cambodian air force. At 5:00 am four Cambodian Mig-21 fighter jets bombed Laotian troops by the border, Minh announced that it is imperative that the nations of South East Asia stop the horrors ongoing in Laos and promised more troops and operations to be conducted in the coming days to destroy the bandit forces of the LSF. 

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"North Korea condemns this mass violation of Laotian sovereignty and demands Cambodia, Tianxia, and any other state that is operating against Laos to immediately cease their campaigns. We had thought foreign imperialism had been stamped out in Asia, but now we see it was a lie."

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The Cambodian Union shrugged off the insulting accusations of the Korean state, "The operations being launched into Laos are to necessitate peace and to prevent a violent faction from taking over the country, one that would pose a threat to the people of South East Asia. This 'LSF' has already conducted numerous acts of aggression against Union and violated several humane rights within the territory." - Prime Minster Minh

 

The objectives of the Cambodian army were listed to make clear to the international community of what was going on.

 

-Secure the Southern border region 

-Destroy the LSF, this means rendering it useless as a military force in every way possible

-ensure the people of Laos are free from their oppressors 

-Kill all heads of staff of the LSF, due to the horrendous acts committed against the Laotian people Minh has decided they do not deserve trial.

- Leave Laos in a state in which its people can peacefully carry out their lives. 

 

Cambodian forces engaged LSF near the city of Muang Khong, they seized the city quickly inflicting 34 casualties and forcing hundreds of militia fleeing North. The city was captured without much hassle with many Laotian local leaders coming forth and asking for food and medical assistance. The Cambodian army will pursue the militia once it secures the Southern border region by seizing Attapu and Champasak. 

 

 

OOC: rest of the Laotian conflict will be carried on this thread, http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?/topic/122807-laotian-incursion/

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-The Cambodian Union has pulled thousands of troops back home following Minh declaring victory in Laos. The Cambodian army has resumed normal peace time duties and Prime Minster Minh thanks the other nations involved in bringing to an end to the LSF's hold on Laos. 

 

-Prime Minister Minh turned down and refused public elections for his office for the third consecutive time after members of parliament asked that the people be allowed to vote for their own Prime Minster. Gatherings in national universities calling Minh a tyrant popped up throughout Cambodia. 

 

-A strong rice harvest is flooding the local markets with product and saturating it due to the large amount of farmers trying to cash in on the crop. Several farmers are trying to sell the rice to other nations in order to make profit due to the saturated market in the Union. 

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- Cambodian troops arrest hundreds of protesters following Ong Minh's declaration that he will not abide an election for his office. 17 civilians were injured in the scuffle near the city of Phom Penh. Members of Parliament accused Minh of going back on his word to create a more democratic nation. 

 

-Factories mass produce military hardware and small arms to the point of overproduction. Millions of Ak-47's inside a warehouse in the Southern harbor of Kep. Several thousand tanks and fighter jets are being produced to bulk up military supplies. 

 

-Cambodian troops continue to occupy the Southern region of Laos using the city of Pakse as a forward base. 

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