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SRP to file report on border with NA

SRP to file report on border with NA

Ke Sovannroth, secretary general of the Sam Rainsy Party, said Wednesday that the party plans to submit an independent report on border demarcations to Heng Samrin, president of the National Assembly. The report will examine an area on the Vietnamese border in Svay Rieng province where SRP President Sam Rainsy joined local villagers in uprooting six wooden posts in October. She said the report will dispute the criminal charges levelled against Sam Rainsy, which include racial incitement and destruction of property, in connection with the incident. She did not say when the report would be submitted.

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