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A mighty family tree unfolds

A mighty family tree unfolds

Thank you for the detailed information of the ruling party bio-political net. I did

not realize that this family web was so wide and so connected. I have no problem

with all these connections.

But I have problem, and I would be disappointed, if anyone from these families, from

the highest to the lowest, and their political and business interests, are untouchable

by the law of the Kingdom - traffic police, customs and tax office, police,

military police, audit authority, land management authority, etc.

When you have this kind of connection, the conflict of interest is very, very high

and very, very wide - politically, economically, legally, and powerfully.

I pray that every one of them does great things that bring justice, peace, and prosperity

to the country.

May the Lord Jesus Christ bless Cambodia. Amen.

Ray, Phnom Penh

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