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Roving Reporter

Roving Reporter

What would you like to see in the Constitution?

Ing Sy Oun

The new Constution should look after the workers. Every body should have the chance

of getting a job and it must protect against inflation.

Kim Sreng

It should consider the poor people in the provinces and things must be done to improve

the agriculture sector. There should be no taxes on farmers.

Kay Narin

We have many security problems these days so the constitution must deal strictly

with criminals so we can live in peace.

Hem Soun

The Constitution should consider the education system, improve the quality of teachers,

end graft and enable poor children to get an education.

Hark Rien

The country's infrastructure must be improved, new roads and railways must be built

because now it is difficult to reach distant provinces.

Te Sarit

I am most concerned about the education of rural children. They have been forgotten.

The teachers are ignored and now they only think about money.

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