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In Brief: PM calls for strict law enforcement

In Brief: PM calls for strict law enforcement

In

a speech marking International Women's Day, Prime Minister Hun Sen

called on Friday for all relevant ministries and institutions to

strengthen the enforcement of laws pertaining to human trafficking,

sexual exploitation and domestic violence. "These issues have to be

urgently addressed due to the fact that recently there have been some

brutal cases of rape and murder happening in a number of provinces and

municipalities," he said during a speech at Chaktomuk Conference

Hall.

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