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Phnom Penh: It has been awhile now that the people of the city and some provinces have complained about their electricity bills. Most people say that the amount of power they use in their houses is the same as previously, but the bills are double or three times higher than normal. Until now, they have no answer as to why their bills cost them so much money. My own bill suddenly jumped from 9USD to 30USD then to 75USD and now 40USD.
Imagine you go on a date taking your partner to the riverside; you sit on a bench facing the Mekong River trying to enjoy the moment. You go there because you want to get some fresh air; a nice, clean atmosphere and it is a romantic place too.
The people living along the railroad have been asked to move seven meters away from the tracks, according to an article from the Phnom Penh Post on 16 of June 2016. The Prime Minister Hun Sen called for the city hall to evaluate the railway from Beong Kak to National Road 5 and develop a new track connection.