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PM urges drivers to slow down

PM urges drivers to slow down

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday urged drivers to slow down and listen to the country’s youth, who have been stationed at traffic lights in the capital of late as part of the Cambodian Red Cross’s anti-speeding campaign. “Those who drive fast should be embarrassed by our youth,” the premier said at a school opening in Battambang. Som Chantra, deputy director of the CRC’s Phnom Penh branch, said volunteers have recently been stationed near 20 of the capital city’s intersections.

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