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294 illegal Sihanoukville beach structures dismantled


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A total of 294 illegal structures along three beaches were torn down by the Preah Sihanouk provincial administration and Sihanoukville  city administration with the help of relevant departments last year. The Sihanoukville governor I Sokleng said at a press conference yesterday that the operation to tear down the illegal buildings involved 872 workers using 104 machines which were also used to collect and transport 10,656 tonnes of waste from the beaches.

 

He said it was a mammoth task but it turned out successful. Speaking to the media after attending a Council of Ministers meeting on the update on commune affairs and direction for the future, Sokleng told Khmer Times that in the past, the beach areas were used for illegal constructions, such as stalls, shops and restaurants which were either build by wood, stone or mixed structures.

 

“The provincial administration does not have a policy of giving compensation or resolving the issue as these were illegal structures that needed to be demolished. We did not punish them because what we have done was to keep the sites as public beaches, a common property of the nation and its people, to have an equal right to visit those beaches,” he said.

 

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With big fat brown envelopes from the Chinese this under their pressure  decision has finally happened.

Now being called China City in all but location the casinos along with the illicit monies attracted 

by them the avarage Cambodian & Farang have moved out leaving the Chinese to dictate terms for everything.

Another beautiful seaside town ruined

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11 hours ago, Burma Bill said:

Most of these illegal structures were Chinese owned in the first instance.

Probably.  I've not been in a few years, but even then, it was an over built mess. LOL

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On 1/15/2021 at 9:22 AM, geovalin said:

A total of 294 illegal structures along three beaches were torn down by the Preah Sihanouk provincial administration and Sihanoukville  city administration with the help of relevant departments last year. The Sihanoukville governor I Sokleng said at a press conference yesterday that the operation to tear down the illegal buildings involved 872 workers using 104 machines which were also used to collect and transport 10,656 tonnes of waste from the beaches.

 

He said it was a mammoth task but it turned out successful. Speaking to the media after attending a Council of Ministers meeting on the update on commune affairs and direction for the future, Sokleng told Khmer Times that in the past, the beach areas were used for illegal constructions, such as stalls, shops and restaurants which were either build by wood, stone or mixed structures.

 

“The provincial administration does not have a policy of giving compensation or resolving the issue as these were illegal structures that needed to be demolished. We did not punish them because what we have done was to keep the sites as public beaches, a common property of the nation and its people, to have an equal right to visit those beaches,” he said.

 

read more https://www.khmertimeskh.com/50803834/294-illegal-sihanoukville-beach-structures-dismantled/

they forgot to say The Chinese will  pay bigger rents.If you didnt go there before 6 or 7 years ago you  forget it Its a dump

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