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Interior reiterates campaign warning

Interior reiterates campaign warning

The Ministry of Interior renewed its directive on Saturday, calling on officials from government institutions to follow the law and not misuse state-owned properties for election campaigns.

It said some officials acted against the law and election procedures during the last eight days of campaigning, which drew criticism from the public and politicians.

National Police’s spokesman Kirt Chantharith told The Post on Sunday that the ministry will take legal action if officials were caught misusing state-owned properties for the benefit of any political party.

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