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Prince denies PM nepotism charges

Prince denies PM nepotism charges

PRINCE Norodom Ranariddh denied Friday that he was using his new position to reward supporters with jobs.  

"I have never requested the King appoint my people advisers, assistants, Cabinet [members] or spokesmen," Ranariddh wrote in a letter to Prime Minister Hun Sen.

Ranariddh requested that Hun Sen identify those supporters allegedly looking to be recruited in order that he might file a complaint to the court over disinformation.

The ruling Cambodian People's Party's Information Minister Khieu Kanharith told the Post Sunday that the prime minister's busy schedule had kept him from identifying said supporters.

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