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Audit panel nomines spiked

Three nominees to the National Auditing Authority, a government finance watchdog

body, were rejected in a Dec 28 National Assembly vote. In spite of lobbying by both

Prime Minister Hun Sen and President of the National Assembly Prince Norodom Ranariddh,

the three candidates - Chheang Vun (CPP), Chea Pen Chheang (Fun) and Sam Ramsek failed

to receive the necessary 2/3 majority support to ratify their appointments.

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