Government Marks Anti-Corruption Day With New Commitmenti
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December 10, 2013 12:38 AM
Cambodian government marked International Anti-Corruption Day with a new commitment to relentlessly crackdown on corruption and to punish corrupt officials, while civil society groups urge state institutions to be more transparent in charging its services. The group said people still pay fees that are higher than the official rates. VOA Khmer Men Kimseng reports from Washington.

Government Marks Anti-Corruption Day With New Commitment

Published December 10, 2013

Cambodian government marked International Anti-Corruption Day with a new commitment to relentlessly crackdown on corruption and to punish corrupt officials, while civil society groups urge state institutions to be more transparent in charging its services. The group said people still pay fees that are higher than the official rates. VOA Khmer Men Kimseng reports from Washington.