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In Brief:Campaign aims for electoral honesty

In Brief:Campaign aims for electoral honesty

Local election monitoring group Comfrel has launched a television campaign encouraging people to ensure commune councillors live up to election promises made during council elections in 2007. The 16-minute ad, which will air on TV9 and Apsara until October 8, aims to encourage the electorate to hold their leaders to account. “Unless citizens actively participate, political parties could fail to fulfil their election promises,” said Comfrel’s Sonkert Sereyleak.

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