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THRONE COUNCIL CONVENED

THRONE COUNCIL CONVENED

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Chea Sim (front), President of the Senate and at that time acting Head of State in

the wake of the abdication of King Sihanouk, and the President of the National Assembly

Prince Norodom Ranariddh, cast their votes at the meeting of the Throne Council,

in the Royal Palace, October 14. The nine members voted ananimously for Prince Sihamoni

to become King.

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