Phnom Penh is an enormous city. The Cambodian capital is being formed as a decisive, striking centerpiece of national development and modernization, and for that Phnom Penh needs space and a lot of it. The Boeung Kak Lake is a ten moment drive from the downtown area and one of the a great many neighborhoods around the nation taken by the powers for improvement.
Lately half unwilling inhabitants have been coercively expelled, broadly. The powers were violent to the point that some women had went into labor because of it. The evicts claim that the general public is loaded with murkiness and no equity. One elderly lady was being packaged into a police van. Four policemen came to drag her out, she attempted to oppose however they pushed her and they conveyed her by her arms and legs.
Two ladies from a bold band of 13 now symbolize the battle against inclined expulsions by an administration favoring engineers and associates. The BK13 decline to go they have been to heck and in a fight to spare their homes.
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