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In Brief: Heng Samrin off to Addis Ababa talks

In Brief: Heng Samrin off to Addis Ababa talks

National

Assembly President Heng Samrin is to leave for the Ethiopian capital

Addis Ababa on Friday to take part in the 120th Assembly of the

Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), a world body of parliaments. According

to a press release issued by the Assembly April 1, the IPU summit will

discuss the role of parliaments on the issues of climate change,

energy, freedom of expression, the right of access to information and

nuclear nonproliferation. Heng Samrin will be in Ethiopia until April

12.

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