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Comment : Roving Reporter

Comment : Roving Reporter

What should be done about the Khmer Rouge?

Sok Keng

I hope Khmer Rouge will listen to the King and that he will persuade them to come

back. This time, the Khmer Rouge have to scarifice some things in the national interest.

The government has to deliberate abut the Khmer Rouge.

Yeng Seng

I' m a Buddhist monk. I would not support any side or party. I wish they could join

hands toreconstruct the ruined country. Both sides have to forgive and forget any

mistakes.

Sum Vuthea

We are the same race. We should forget about the past. Now, we need peace, we need

to reconstruct the country and government. We must be patient with Khmer Rouge and

persuade them to return. But if they still kill people we should wipe them out.

Mom Saru

We should be careful about the KhmerRouge because they are very dangerous. If they

want to join in national reconstruction, they should give up their weapons before

they return.

Som Neng

We don't want the Khmer Rouge to exist. I wish they would shake hands with the government

for reconstruction. I think we do not need fighting in this country. But we should

not close our eyes if they keep killing people.

Mao Resey

If they have good will, we should forgive and cooperate with them. But leave these

thing for the government to decide in case they want to create more trouble for the

people. important role in ensuring UNICEF's life-saving programs continue.

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