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Roving Reporter

Roving Reporter

Sovanrith

All the parties in the election say they will rebuild the country. But I want the

new government to improve the standard of education first by training students abroad.

Men Saron

The new government must solve the country's internal problems first. If there is

no peace there is no point in rebuilding the country. The government must do its

best to avoid conflicts with our neighbors but without allowing them to invade us.

Leng Rithea

I want the government to think about how to improve the standard of teachers. Many

teachers have little ability and the students suffer. Civil servants should be better

paid so they can support themselves.

Nou Van

The government should organize the law and make the people respect it. They should

help the poor and teach people to revere monks.

Hour

Everybody wants peace and a good standard of living. I would like to see a government

that is not corrupt. There are many things people need: education, communications,

hospitals and training in how to take keep the city clean.

Ramaney

I want the government provide to good communications between the city and the countryside

by building bridges and roads to other provinces and to develop the country like

other countries in the world.

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