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In Brief: NRP infighting 'resolved'

In Brief: NRP infighting 'resolved'

The Norodom

Ranariddh Party's internal disputes will be resolved in the near

future, an official said Tuesday. "We hope the internal dispute will be

finished after a brief meeting on Monday night....The meeting was

fruitful, and they agreed to resolve the problem with passivity"

claimed Kem Sok, spokesman for the students' side. "Both sides also

agreed not to remove anyone in the party," he added, referring to plans

to oust lawmakers You Hockry and Sao Rany.

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