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Hun Sen Boulevard claim deadline set

Hun Sen Boulevard claim deadline set

Phnom Penh Municipal officials met yesterday to discuss the Samdech Techo Hun Sen Boulevard project and potential compensation for city residents facing displacement due to the road’s construction, according to a municipal meeting agenda. Little is known about when construction will begin but locals in Chamkarmon district, where the new road will start, are concerned they will lose their land. Municipal authorities have asked residents to claim their land by today or face possible eviction, Vith Kia, a resident of Phsar Doeum Thkov commune, said yesterday.

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