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Mu Sochua writes to Kampot governor

Mu Sochua writes to Kampot governor

SRP lawmaker Mu Sochua sent another letter to the Kampot governor on Tuesday requesting a meeting about a coastal development that villagers say is threatening local livelihoods. A request sent last month was rejected. “As a representative of the people, I have an obligation to bring a resolution to people’s concerns. I wish to meet you again in the fourth week of December,” the request stated. Kampot Governor Khoy Khun Huor said on Thursday that Mu Sochua’s did not need to resubmit the letter since he had already discussed the issue in the National Assembly.

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