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Potential President needs help

Potential President needs help

Hello my name is Makara. I am interested in Cambodian government. So can you please

tell me where I can find more information about the subject. I am very interested

in running for Presidency in Cambodia. Because I feel that I can make a difference

there. Also would you please show me where to start taking my first step.

The reason I am writing to you is because I feel that your organization has the capability

and the resources that could point me in the right direction torward achieving my

goal. I would be greatful if you could help me.

Information about me: I am Cambodian. I am 27 years old, I also live in California.

I have been in the United States for about 19 years now.

Please help me in anyway you can, I would deeply appreciate it.

Please email me back.

Thank You.

Sincerly Yours

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