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Preah Sihanouk officials declare their assets

Preah Sihanouk officials declare their assets

Some 260 provincial, district and commune officials gathered this week at Preah Sihanouk provincial hall to declare their assets in line with a new graft policy enacted by the Anti-Corruption Unit in November. Kim Sokhorn, provincial deputy governor, said officials met to complete a 16-page, seven-point declaration form for submission to the ACU. “The officials who have to declare their assets are provincial district and commune governors and counsellors,” he said, adding that the forms were to be submitted to the ACU next week.

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