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In Brief: Group asks for Sok An's approval

In Brief: Group asks for Sok An's approval

The

Khmer Civilisation Foundation (KCF) is to send a letter to Deputy Prime

Minister Sok An, asking him if the KCF is allowed to actively pursue

compensation from Thailand or if it is interfering in government

affairs. " What I have done is on behalf of Khmer citizens ... but if

it is wrong, I will stop," Moeung Sonn, the president of the KCF, said.

KCF is asking for US$9 million in compensation from Thailand after Thai

soldiers opened fire on a market near the Preah Vihear temple complex

on April 3.

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