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Chakrapong to return

Chakrapong to return

Prince Norodom Chakrapong, the acting president of the Norodom Ranariddh Party, will

return to Cambodia from Bangkok. Chakrapong told local media he would appear in the

Phnom Penh municipal court on March 23 to answer charges about the $1.36 million

debt owed by his airline company to the government. Last week, Prime Minister Hun

Sen said the government would confiscate Chakrapong's houses if he did not pay back

the debt.

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