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Roving Reporter

Roving Reporter

TOCH BUN

I want the government to look at the countryside. There are such big differences

between living in the city and in the provinces. Only very little has been done to

help these people.

MON CHEA

The government should offer more opportunities for the poor, especially if it wants

to stop corruption. There is a little hope for them.

LEANG

I think the government should do something to help poor people find nice places to

live. The rich get all the right chances and nobody cares about the poor.

EURN

The government should renovate Phnom Penh and provide facilities such as water, electricity,

re-pave streets and rebuild the sewage system. We have terrible trouble with monsoons.

CHEA CHRUEN

My village needs everything. OK, we have a small hospital and a school but we don't

even have a well to draw clean drinking water.

ENG KON

In my village it is a very long way to the school and hospital and there is a shortage

of government facilities.They should do something to help farmers.

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