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Saturday, 28 December 2013

New districts signed into being by PM

Chhay Channyda, The Phnom Penh Post
Fri, 27 December 2013

Prime Minister Hun Sen approved the creation of three new districts for Phnom Penh on Wednesday.

Four existing districts are being divided to create the new areas, dubbed Chbar Ampov, Prek Pnov and Chroy Changva.

A sub-decree states that eight communes will be cut from the Meanchey district and given to the new Chbar Ampov district, and the “current Meanchey district office is transferred to Chbar Ampov”.

Sen Sok and Por Sen Chey will have five communes divided to the new Prek Pnov district, while Chroy Changya will have five communes assigned from Russei Keo district.

Phnom Penh City Hall spokesman Long Dimanche told the Post last month that they “want people close to the public services that the authorities provide. If districts are large, they can’t serve the needs of the people. So we have to separate districts to better meet their needs”.

Civil society groups, however, have claimed the division is actually a waste of public resources.


khmer leadership said...

ចុចអានតើខ្ញុំខុសអ្វី? សូមស្តាប់ប្រវត្តិរបស់ហ៊ុន សែន មើល!!! តើហ៊ុន សែនខុសអ្វី?

ចុចអានប្រជាជាតិខ្មែរបាតុកម្មដេញហ៊ុន សែនពីអំណាច មិនមែនបាតុកម្មឱ្យបោះឆ្នោតនោះទេ

ចុចអានបាតុករភ្ញាក់ខ្លួន ដឹងថាគណបក្សសង្គ្រោះជាតិ និងគណបក្សប្រជាជន បម្រើនយោបាយកុម្មុយនិស្ត យួនដូចគ្មាតែមួយ

ចុចអានស្ថាន​ទូត​​អាមេរិក​​ ណែនាំ​​ពលរដ្ឋ​​របស់​​ខ្លួន ឲ្យ​មាន​​ការ​ប្រុង​ប្រយ័ត្ន ការ​​ដើរ​ហើរ​​មួយ ​ចំនួន​​នៅ​​ភ្នំ​ពេញ​​

Anonymous said...

Ah kwak boeur kwak chhup tveu tov

Anonymous said...

Remember when there is a new public washroom, there would be a new minister in ah kwak cabinet for the cleaning job and to collect the user fee, so the minister in ah ach kwek cabinet could be end up in a thousand. Don't be so scare and respectful to all these ministers so called washroom cleaners, they are not much greater than grade 5 education. It is so funny to listen to the local people in Phnom Penh making conversation over the phone by calling each other "His Excellency" over and over during their dialogue.