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Mounting rubbish provokes revolt

Mounting rubbish provokes revolt

Families in Phnom Penh’s Thmey Sensok district have lodged a complaint over mounting rubbish. Cheay Veasna, 22, said residents are being charged for refuse collection, but that the trash has yet to be picked up. District Governor Khuong Sreng said: “We acknowledge that rubbish sometimes piles up. The reason is the area sometimes gets flooded, which means certain places become difficult to access.”

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