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Authorities to move Siem Reap residents

Authorities to move Siem Reap residents

Siem Reap province Governor Sou Phirin will implement a plan to relocate families living illegally along the Siem Reap River to Banteay Srey district in early 2010, he said on Wednesday. The governor said that more than 300 families will receive plots of lands that will be “the proper size for them to build houses and make a living”. He declined to give the exact size of the plots, but said they will be in Run Ta Ek commune.

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