CPP youth told to boost solidarity

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Aerial view of CPP youths at Koh Pich forming “CPP”, the number “20” in Khmer (the CPP is the 20th party on the election ballot), and a “thumbs up.” Facebook/Hun Many

CPP leaders told their youth members to prepare for the upcoming national election and enhance their solidarity.  At the meeting with 3000 CPP youths from across the Kingdom, CPP lawmaker Hun Many and a youth leader urged them to maintain their trust in the CPP as the country’s ruling party.   

The young people were informed about the achievements of government in maintaining peace, stability and economic development.

CPP member Nguon Sony told Khmer Times that they were urged to be well prepared for possible unrests during the upcoming election, as had occurred in 2013. The youth leaders instructed all youths to trust their leaders and not believe any incitement which may cause a loss of solidarity.

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According to a statement issued on Saturday, June 30, the meeting aimed to instruct the CPP youth to become effective activists for the party, propagate  CPP policy, and invoke trust.

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