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Things kick off at Taekwondo Federation annual assembly

Things kick off at Taekwondo Federation annual assembly

The Cambodia Taekwondo Federation, which is affiliated to both of the world’s governing bodies – the World Taekwondo Federation and the International Taekwondo Federation, held its annual assembly on Saturday at the headquarters of National Olympic Committee of Cambodia.

The fractious meeting saw former CTF secretary-general Hem Samnang dragged away after aggressively demanding an independent investigation into his recent expulsion from his position.

A financial report for the previous year made by Cheat Khemara showed that the WTF side of the Federation had brought in considerably larger funding than the ITF side.

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