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Roving Reporter

Roving Reporter

Konglinda

I'm not sure what the new year will bring. It seems quieter this year than other

years and but I hope that the people will have peace once we get a new elected government.

Heng Chantho

We hope that the people are hungry for peace and stability. And peace will be brought

to the Cambodian people after a new government is set up through the election.

Sokun

There is no sign of peace after the new year. The Khmer Rough have left Phnom Penh

and it's hard to believe they're not going to pick up their guns and fight.

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