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Roving Reporter

Roving Reporter

Meas Sarith,

I fully support the Prince's initiative but it is not just me. People all over Cambodia support the plan because we want an end to the war.

Keo Sat,

I'm happy with his declaration because this means solidarity between Khmer and Khmer.

As far as I know it is only Khmers who kill Khmers.

Seun Sirat,

Well, I don't like war and so I fully support the Prince forming a coalition government because his proposal is meant to bring reconciliation.

Char Sothy

I'm interested in his proposal to form an interim government. It is the only way we can avoid more bloodshed.

Chou Kim Lim

It is only the Prince who all the people can trust to resolve the Cambodian conflict.

Tha Vouth

This is very good not only for me but for all the people. Prince Sihanouk should be congratulated and we all should be happy.

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