Siem Reapís provincial government apparatus, which in 2010 was relocated to a remote site 16 km outside of the city as part of an extensive and hugely controversial swap of government land and buildings, is moving back to its old home in the tourist cityís center today, officials said. In order to move Siem Reapís entire administrative offices and staff back into the heart of the city, Prime Minister Hun Sen authorized municipal and provincial officials to switch buildings with the Apsara Authority, which manages the Angkor Archeological Park, according to a letter dated August 9 and signed by Prak
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