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In Brief: Group 34 opts for letter over protest

In Brief: Group 34 opts for letter over protest

Residents of Group 34 in Phnom Penh's Tomnup Toek commune decided to send a letter to City Hall on Monday instead of holding a protest, residents told the Post. Toch Sophan, a community representative, said, "After we talked to our residents last night, we decided we wanted to send a letter first because we really want to hear a result from City Hall." But Toch Sophan said a protest will occur if the letter is not answered. Residents ask to be moved to Dangkor district rather than Kandal province.

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