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NEC introduces spokesmen ahead of elections

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The National Election Committee (NEC). Hean Rangsey

NEC introduces spokesmen ahead of elections

The National Election Committee (NEC) has announced the creation of a spokesperson team to communicate with the public and local and International news agencies as it prepares to hold the communes and general elections in 2022 and 2023, respectively.

According to a notice dated September 10, the team is made up of three prominent NEC officials.

Hang Puthea, a senior NEC member, heads the team. Som Sorida, NEC adviser and deputy secretary-general, serves as deputy. Khorn Keomono, NEC adviser and deputy director-general of education, information and public relations, serves as member.

Journalists and members of the public can reach Puthea at 012 959 666, Sorida at 092 105 556 and Keomono at 012 855 018.

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