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Breaking: VN Association Complains to Ministry Over Fake News

Breaking: VN Association Complains to Ministry Over Fake News

The Khmer-Vietnamese Association today filed a complaint to the Ministry of Interior over a Facebook post claiming that Vietnamese nationals in Cambodia are eligible to get full citizenship in the Kingdom, and vote in the upcoming elections.

The petition claimed that a fake Facebook account registered under the name Vietnamese Association in Cambodia posted the false information.

Sim Chy, president of the Khmer Vietnamese Association, told The Post on Wednesday that the information was fraudulent and defamed the group.

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