Despite Land Loss, Minorities Back Status Quo
- 15 July 2013
- The Cambodia Daily
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Romam Gvin could be described as a counterintuitive voter. Intuition might lead you to believe that Mr. Gvin blames the government for the loss of his land to the Vietnamese rubber company that now owns everything for as far as the eye can see here in ...
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