The National Assembly will hold its first plenary session meeting on Thursday since Prime Minister Hun Sen’s 68 members of parliament last month approved an Assembly president and chairpersons to head the body’s nine committees, and despite the opposition CNRP still refusing to take their 55 seats in parliament. The chairpersons of the nine committees, who together make up the Assembly’s permanent committee and were voted in unanimously by the CPP’s 68 lawmakers on September 24, will also hold their first meeting tomorrow. “The permanent committee will hold its meeting on October 8 in the afternoon, and the
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