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In Brief: Enforce helment law: Prime Minister

Prime Minister Hun

Sen on Tuesday requested that traffic police continue the enforcement

of a new law requiring motorbike drivers to wear protective helmets.

"When I take the car, I see many motorbike drivers not wearing helmets,

so please continue educating people about wearing helmets in order to

protect their lives," he said during the inauguration of the Hun Sen

Quay in Preah Sihanouk province. In 2008, 149 motorbike drivers and 79

passengers died on Cambodia's roads while not wearing helmets,

according to Handicap International Belgium. 

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