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Cambodia: Villagers ask local authorities to solve land dispute with Koh Kong Sugar & Koh Kong Plantation companies

"Koh Kong villagers deliver petitions", 21 Jan 2016

Seeking a resolution to a decadelong land dispute with two Koh Kong province sugar companies, about 100 villagers representing more than 500 families delivered petitions yesterday to four commune halls in Sre Ambel and Botum Sakor districts appealing for action…[The] petitions request action over 2,446.5 hectares disputed with the Koh Kong Sugar and Koh Kong Plantation companies…[A]ll four commune chiefs confirmed receipt of the petitions and urged the commune authorities to work with higher levels of government to resolve the dispute…Koh Kong Provincial Hall spokesman Ouch Touch said authorities will try to solve the dispute. “We try to solve it by the law. We never forget to keep any documents related with this dispute.”

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