The fort has a fort Din Puthy, president of the Association for Economic Informal Development, and two other representatives of the public announced their withdrawal from the protest project Poipet international border reopened after Oum Night, Banteay Meanchey governor denied permission to demonstrate June is expected to be around 1,500 people.

On May 25, Din Puthy submitted a letter to the governor of Banteay Meanchey province asking for a peaceful demonstration. In the letter, Cambodians were businessmen, dealers in Rung Cluu market, Arany district, Sa Kaeo province, Thailand, tow truck drivers, motorcycle taxi drivers, taxi drivers, motorbikes Tricycle and all non-commissarians living in Poipet have unanimously agreed to participate in the demonstration. There are 1,500 carriers, 100 carts and 1 carpenter.

The demonstration will take place at Poipet International Checkpoint from 1 to 7 June 2020 from the hour 6am to 6pm daily.

He said: 'The people aim to ask for permission to travel, walk, cart, motorcycle and car can pass through the international border gate. Poipet Kleng Leach To Re-Sell In Aranyaprathet District, Sa Kaeo Province.

He added that if the Thai side still refused to reopen the Poipet international border checkpoint, we would all ask the Governor Of Banteay Meanchey Provincial Governor Presides Over Closure of Poipet International Border | Has continued.

Responding to the above request, Mr. Oum Nheak told Din Puthy that the provincial administration did not allow the demonstration because the government is currently in the process. There are measures to control the spread of the disease 19 across the country, where the disease has been steadily spreading in almost every country. On a global scale.

In fact, the Royal Government, which has the Ministry of Health as the head of the Ministry of Health, has been promoting health education for the people and strengthening the monitoring of the implementation of the Wave Protection measures. The second copy of the HIV infection 19, which is followed by a ban on any gathering or gathering of large numbers of participants Too late until September 2020.

“In the past, the Banteay Meanchey Provincial Administration had intervened in the Kratie province of Koh Kong province to ask for help to facilitate the non-profit. Traders' fees and the convenience of all Cambodian traders in Rong Kru Market to visit their kiosk one time 20 people until the situation is back to normal. ”

The request was made by the Thai side that it would facilitate the removal of stall fees from Cambodian businessmen, but for the request to facilitate Cambodian businessmen. All in Rong Khuo market went out to visit their kiosk 20 times, the Thai side did not agree. At the same time, Mr. Oum Nara told Din Puthy to act in accordance with the Law on Associations and Non-Governmental Organizations The justices in force and their statutes as laid down by the Ministry of Interior.

Din Puthy told the Post yesterday that after receiving a letter from the governor of Banteay Meanchey province, his association would withdraw without directing citizens. 1500 to protest again. But he insisted that business people who had stalls in the Rong Khuo market would continue to demonstrate on time, refusing to stop. . “The Banteay Meanchey provincial administration has decided not to allow association leaders to coordinate demonstrations at the international border gate,” he said. Poipet from June 1 to 20, 2020, ”he said.

He said that he and Mr. Hin Seng Oeun and Mr. Sim Vannak, the representatives of the people, would not take part in the protest. From June 1 to June 7, whether to continue or not is the right of the people of Poipet.

Thorn Thoeun, a Cambodian businessman with a stall in the market, told the Post yesterday that their lives had been reduced because of There is no business and no job because there is only one market in Rong Cluu market to support their livelihood.

“We will still hold the demonstration on the same day, even if the association does not join us because if not, All are dead, especially the people who work as chauffeurs in one day, earning 10,000 riel a day. If the government doesn't think about it, there will be thieves all over the country because the poor have nothing to stomach. And to do it, because if we still do not open the border for business, we have no business to support ourselves. No.