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Sar Kheng instructs on ‘one window’

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Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng speaks at an event in January. Heng Chivoan

Sar Kheng instructs on ‘one window’

Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng has instructed the Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction to hand over land and construction services to “one window services” at the provincial, district and communal levels.

This was expressed in a letter posted on the National Police website on Sunday.

Signed by Sar Kheng, the letter instructs the Minister of Land Management, Chea Sophara, to make all such services available in this way, based on a 2017 government sub-decree.

“I would like to inform the Minister of Land Management that based on the provincial, district, city and commune management sub-decree the government adopted in 2017, the one window service for sub-national governance is [designed] to mobilise service provision to the public to promote efficiency, transparency, and accountability,” the letter says.

The ministry’s spokesman Seng Lot could not be reached for comment.

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