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VOA Khmer
13 November 2012
Corruption remains a major impediment to Cambodia's development, but the systemic practices associated with it can be curbed if the government takes serious action, a transparency advocate says. Preap Kol, executive director of Transparency International Cambodia, told VOA Khmer in a studio interview recently that Cambodia has an anti-corruption law that combined with political will has the power to scare some officials away from corrupt practices. Preap Kol was in Washington for a three-day trip earlier this month, meeting with US State Department officials and civic groups. VOA Khmer's Sok Khemara, Washington.

Corruption Continues To Stymie Development, Transparency Advocate Says

VOA Khmer

Published 14.11.2012

Corruption remains a major impediment to Cambodia's development, but the systemic practices associated with it can be curbed if the government takes serious action, a transparency advocate says. Preap Kol, executive director of Transparency International Cambodia, told VOA Khmer in a studio interview recently that Cambodia has an anti-corruption law that combined with political will has the power to scare some officials away from corrupt practices. Preap Kol was in Washington for a three-day trip earlier this month, meeting with US State Department officials and civic groups. VOA Khmer's Sok Khemara, Washington.