Closing Remarks at the Second National Conference of the Commune/Sangkat Councils

Your Excellency and Samdech, Deputy Prime Ministers, Co-Ministers of Interior and Co-Chairmen of the National Committee Supporting Communes/Sangkats;
Your Excellencies, Members of the Royal Government of Cambodia;
Your Excellencies, Ambassadors and Heads of UN and other Donor Agencies in Cambodia;
Your Excellencies, Provincial and Municipal Governors and Deputy Governors;
District/Khann Governors and all the Representatives of Communes/Sangkats:

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Selected Comments at the Closing of the National Conference on Good Governance for Poverty Reduction and Development

… In the last few days the conference has made great efforts under the above topic and covered all aspects on issues concerned. What I have brought up on the opening day of the conference picked up only a small fraction of the whole aspect. With the efforts of the conference member, we have indeed disclosed many issues. Though we concluded that we have realized good governance step by step, we also acknowledge that shortcomings are

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Selected Comments at the Opening of the National Conference on Good Governance for the Alleviation of Poverty and Development

… Today we have to address the issue to its roots and we also have some proofs to present here in relation to income generation for the state coffer. We have talked a lot about good governance and covered all out aspects of the issue in the political platform of rectangular strategy. I would have the conference’s attention on an issue which is to generate income, while a lot has been discussed on how to spend money. I would like to flesh out some challenging issues for our discussion. Have we collected all the money that should have been collected already? I mean the tax payment that should have been collected by the

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Selected Comments at the Inauguration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ New Office Building

… I am glad that we are here today to inaugurate the new office building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MFAIC) for which HE Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Hor Nam Hong has been making steadfast efforts with help and efforts made by the Ministry of Economy and Finance for such a construction to be finished in time. I could recall that in 2002, there is an unfavorable pressure on our

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