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New Headquarters for Bodyguards

New Headquarters for Bodyguards

 

T he National Bodyguard Department, a unit of the National Police, innaugurated its

new headquarters on May 15. The recently completed building, just south of the Royal

Palace, will be the command center for the department which has a staff of around

2,000.

At festivities held to celebrate the opening, an aide to Gen Sim Sophal, director

of the Bodyguard Department, said the unit's first priority was to protect the King

and that all political parties would receive equal protection during the upcoming

electoral campaign.ill finance periodic maintenance for about 950 kilometres of road managed

by the Ministry of Public Works and Transport.

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