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Governance forum

Governance forum

The Center for Social Development (CSD) will convene a public forum on "Strengthening

Good Governance at Commune/Sangkat Level" to be held at the Russian Cultural

Center on November 27.

Participants will include people from the provinces around Phnom Penh, local authorities,

government officials and NGO representatives.

According to the press release the objectives of the forum are to empower citizens

and encourage them to share their views and needs in a coherent manner through discussion

and exchange of opinions; to provide an opportunity for the people, NGOs and government

to develop a better understanding of the role of Commune/Sangkat Council; to strengthen

good governance of the commune's management; and to work towards productive solutions

for all concerned citizens.

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