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Sole-citizenship mandate for top offices and bill to wind down Khmer Rouge tribunal now under review

Publication date 15 October 2021 | 10:24 | ICT

The draft amendments to several articles of the Constitution that would mandate a single-citizenship for four of the nation’s top offices have now reached the expert commission of the National Assembly.

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