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Minister's neighbours happy at home

Minister's neighbours happy at home

THE FAMILY of Leng Sreng, who found himself in jail on charges of organized

crime after a property dispute with the Justice Minister, Uk Vithun, and his

wife, Lihour, say they have had no problems since his release two weeks ago.

Leng Sreng's son said they had resolved their differences over the past

two weeks. However, he said the Minister's representatives had warned them that

the complaint to the court had only been suspended and could be reactivated if

"my family make His Excellency's side angry again".

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