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The Editor,

Your article on women Members of Parliament ("Women MPs

content to let 'boys be boys'", July 14) insists on providing data on the number

of children and in one case marital status of the female Parliamentarians

interviewed. I'm sure the Phnom Penh Post had no intention of being sexist and

will provide similar information about male MPs in future articles.

- James D. Ross, Phnom Penh



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