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Roving Reporter

Roving Reporter

Tea Rithy


want UNTAC to leave according to the timetable stipulated in the peace plan but

they must make sure there is peace first.

Kun Korn

I want UNTAC to stay and make sure a new government and army is in place before they

go so there will be stability.

El Sy

The political situation is still very unstable and therefore I want UNTAC to stay

until peace has really taken hold.

Sok Rithy

I would like UNTAC to stay and strengthen the new government. If there are still

problems UNTAC should stay.

Soa Heng

People are still being killed and the leaders may still change their minds. I hope

UNTAC can enforce peace before they go.

Pech Keng

We still have problems in the countryside. SOC offices are closed but soon they will

open again. I request UNTAC to stay.

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