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The Editor,

This is to inform all those concerned about the lack of security of mail coming into

and out of Cambodia.

A petition of 73 signatures was given to the office of the Minister of Post and Telecommunications,

Mr So Khun, on Tuesday 2nd Jan 1996. As he was busy in a meeting, it was left with

his staff (and signed for) but I have since phoned him to check if he has received

it.

We now look forward to improvement in the security of our incoming and outgoing mail.

We are grateful to the staff of the Post Office for the mail that we have received

in the post, and to Mr So Khun, for his attention to this matter.
- Janet Riseley, Phnom Penh.

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