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Party opens new office

Party opens new office

FUNCINPEC President Prince Norodom Ranariddh inaugurated a new office for his

political party Oct. 31 at Takmau, 10 kilometers south of Phnom Penh.

"I promise that if I win the election I will not lose one piece of land or one

drop of Cambodian blood," he said to a crowd of cheering supporters. "We

will proceed by negotiation-this is what we call a good leader."

Prince Ranariddh promised if elected to restore schools hospitals and roads.

The FUNCINPEC party has been registering large numbers of new party members since

they officially opened their offices in Phnom Penh earlier this year. They report

more than 800,000 party members at present.

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