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In Brief: PM VOWS TO PASS ANTI-CORRUPTION LAW

In Brief: PM VOWS TO PASS ANTI-CORRUPTION LAW

The Anti-corruption Law will be passed after the penal code is approved, Prime Minister Hun Sen said at a graduation ceremony at the Royal School of Administration on Wednesday, adding only that the legislation would materialise "soon". Hun Sen then lashed out at NGOs that have criticised the government on the issue. "You formed an NGO with only five people, but the legislative and executive bodies are voted in by millions," he said.

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