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PM: UYFC is open to all youths who wish to join

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Prime Minister Hun Sen said at the 4th general assembly of Union of Youth Federations of Cambodia (UYFC) on Tuesday. Facebook

PM: UYFC is open to all youths who wish to join

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday said the appointment of children of high-ranking officials as members of the Central Committee at the Union of Youth Federations of Cambodia (UYFC) was made in accordance with internal procedures and statutes of the UYFC.

“The UYFC is a non-governmental organisation and open to all youths who wish to join,” he said. The 4th general assembly of UYFC held an election to add 15 members to the Central Committee.

All of those elected are related to high-ranking government officials, including Tea Seyha, the son of Minister of Defence Tea Banh, Samheng Boros, the son of Minister of Labour Ith Samheng, and Sok Puthivuth, the son of late Deputy Prime Minister Sok An.

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