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Funcinpec dismisses four senior leaders

Funcinpec dismisses four senior leaders

The newly appointed acting president of Funcinpec party ended the membership of four senior officials on Monday – two days after three of them rejected new positions offered by Prince Norodom Ranariddh and just a day before Prime Minister-designate Hun Sen kicked off a “Consultation Forum’ with parties that failed to take any seats in the National Assembly.

Nheb Bun Chin, Por Bun Sreu, Van Sophanna, and You Hok Kry were dismissed in a letter signed by acting president Prince Norodom Chakravuth.

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