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Body sees need for state vehicles to facilitate work
PHNOM PENH - The Supreme Council of Advisors will submit a request to the government to buy cars for work, the chairman of the council’s secretariat said Friday.
Chhim Phal Virun said the council had about $450,000 left from its annual budget of $1.32 million.
Pich Sros, a council member who chairs the opposition Cambodian Youth Party, said the cars were for council work and would not belong to any member.
“The Supreme Council of Advisors is a state body so there is a need for state vehicles to facilitate its work,” he said.