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Roving Reporter

How can we solve the crime problem?

Sophea

They should be sentenced to long prison terms - three or four years, even death according

to the law - but I don't think the government can solve the problem.

Sok Chea

We should clear them all out. So far, the government hasn't taken any strong measures

to increase security. They just show the same faces on TV or in newspapers.

Ti Kim Cheang

Criminals are protected by human rights organizations and we should direct violence

against human rights. People were released and robbed again.

Vanak

We should not be forgiving anymore because they kill people when they commit their

crimes. What more can we say if they are released and then commit the same crimes.

Ry Hor

We should sentence them to death if they commit big crimes or, at least, many years

in prison. It's the same people all the time. We see them and we don't know why they're

free.

Leng Phala

We don't know what the government has in mind. They should take very, very strong

measures to protect the people from bad guys, because they make so much trouble.

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