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Health Ministry to investigate dispute

Health Ministry to investigate dispute

Health Ministry officials will visit Siem Reap to investigate a dispute after staffers at Angkor Chum referral hospital accused operational district director Mak Samoeun of behaving like a “dictator”, officials said Tuesday. “I am meeting with the protesting group to explore what we will do during the officials’ visit,” Sieng Kheng, a doctor at the hospital said. Mak Samoeun said he had not received clear information about the visit but was unconcerned. “I am not worried about their inspection because I have enough documents to prove that some of the head protestors committed wrongdoings,” he said.

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