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Market vendors ask for relocation help

Market vendors ask for relocation help

About 200 vendors at Phnom Penh’s Doeum Kor market in Tuol Kork district yesterday protested for the district governor to find them a new venue. The storeholders received a notice stating they would be evicted from Street 235 in 15 days to “create public order” in the area. Rice seller Chey Chhannimol, 25, said yesterday: “Where can I go? I’ve earned money here for more than 10 years.” Soth Chanra, deputy district governor, said that their removal had been delayed until May 15.

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