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CIVIL SERVICE REFORM

A subdecree was issued which removes the names of civil servants from the list of

staff: 3,063 for leave without reason, 581 deceased, 560 retired, and 1,887 transferred.

  • Subdecree 53 on Removal of the Names of Civil Servants from the Staff (August

    15, 2000)

STOCK MARKET

The RGC creates a Group composed of Bith Seang Lim as chair, Ung Vuthy, Lonh Hai,

Ly Phana, and Mey Van as members. It is to study and draft the law and subdecree

on stock and bond markets, make contact with relevant government institutions and

private sector for exchange of ideas and experiences and with international organizations

to solicit assistance, and report to the Office of Council of Ministers.

  • Decision 46 (RGC) on Creation of a Working Group for Preparation of Law and Sub-Decree

    on Stock and Bond Markets in Cambodia (July 5, 2000)

APPOINTMENTS

  • Royal Decree NS/RKT/0700/128 on Appointment of HE Chhuon Chan Chhaya to be Personal

    Advisor of HE Nhiek Bun Chhay with the rank of Undersecretary of State (July 19,

    2000)

  • Royal Decree NS/RKT/0700/127 on Appointment of HE Kem Sokhon to be Personal Advisor

    of HE Nhiek Bun Chhay with the rank of Undersecretary of State (July 19, 2000)

  • Decision 43 (RGC) on Appointment of Oknha Ly Yong Phat to be Special Envoy of

    Samdech Hun Sen in Charge of Development of Koh Kong Province (June 23, 2000)

NATIONALITY

  • Royal Decree NS/RKT/0800/143 on Granting Khmer Nationality to Mr Gnan Shun Kwing

    Ben, Canadian Citizen Born in China in 1952 (August 2, 2000)

  • Royal Decree NS/RKT/0700/130 on Granting Khmer Nationality to Mr Ghotbi Ferydoon,

    English Citizen Born in Iran in 1957 (July 22, 2000)

  • Royal Decree NS/RKT/0800/144 on Granting Khmer Nationality to Mr Yan Suen Ching,

    English Citizen Born in China in 1955 (August 2, 2000)

STATE PROPERTY

The Ministry of Economy and Finance informed Minister of Commerce that the Ministry

of Economy and Finance approved in principle the transfer of some immovable properties

(land, building, and warehouse) from Siem Reap Provincial Office of Commerce to Oddar

Meanchey Provincial Office of Commerce.

  • Letter 3478 (MEF) re: Request for Transfer Some Immovable Properties from Inventory

    of Siem Reap Provincial Office of Commerce to Oddor Meanchey Provincial Office of

    Commerce (September 1, 2000)

TRANSPORTATION

The Municipality informed the motor boat owners operating in Phnom Penh geographical

area to limit the speed to 20 kilometers per hour to avoid damaging the river banks.

  • Announcement 85 (MPP) re: Speed Limit for Motor Boats in Phnom Penh Rivers (August

    31, 2000)

SMUGGLING

The letter informed Co-Ministers of Interior of the confiscation of smuggled goods,

boats, and weapons. It also requested the Ministry of Interior to look for and expose

those carrying the weapons for protection of the smuggling activities.

  • Letter 3475 (MEF) re: Suppression of Smuggling Activities at Chrey Thom Customs

    Post (August 31, 2000)

ECOLOGY

A Committee was established to oversee the protection of Natural Areas, composed

of Mok Maret as chair, Keang Vang and Chan Tong Yves as deputy chairs, Ly Thuch,

Pol Saroeun, Hok Lundy, Sao Sokha, Sin Sarun, Sisovath Chivanarith, Oum Bunthoeun,

and Keo Khemra as members.

  • Decision 49 (RGC) on Creation of a National Committee for Consultation and Solution

    on Management of Protected Natural Areas (July 24, 2000)

FORESTRY

The Ministry of Agriculture shall continue to monitor, report, and crack down on

the offences committed in provinces/municipalities and conduct aerial monitoring

over forest concessions and other areas to determine the offences and take measures

to suppress them on time.

  • Announcement 1365 (COM) re: Report on Monitoring the Forest Offences Committed

    in Second Quarter of 2000 (August 10, 2000)

NATIONAL POLICE

After discussion, there was no clear answer to whether police officers are civil

servants or under the military. Some attendants explain that they are civil servants

with the right to bear arms, use force, etc. Therefore, there should be a special

statute. The Draft was sent back to the Ministry of Interior for further review.

  • Minute 09 (COM) re: Outcome of Inter-ministerial Meeting on Draft Royal Decree

    on General Statute of Cambodian National Police Officers (August 14, 2000)

VEHICLE TAX

A vehicle tax shall be collected from September 15 to December 15, 2000. Beginning

December 16, 2000, the inspection on tax payment shall be conducted. The tax exemption

is extended to emergency vehicles and fire trucks, means of transportation that belong

to Royal Cambodian Armed Forces, Military Police, National Police, embassies, consulates,

organizations or individuals with diplomatic or consular statutes.

  • Prakas 016 (MEF) on Collection of Tax on Means of Transportation for Year 2000

    (August 31, 2000)

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