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The illegal construction, which was built during commune election campaign along the road from Siem Reap International Airport to Angkor Wat in Veal Village, Kork Chak district, belonging to Mrs. Oeum Sreypich, was reshuffled by the Joint Committee on August 15th, 2017 after the owner broke the promise to demolish it by herself for several times.
Mrs. Sap Kuon, a resident of Nokor Kroa village, who found an ancient ceramic pot while she was clearing the land for corn plantation, located in north of house near Tonle Snguot temple.
The campaign of demolishing the illegal constructions in Angkor Park, which is implemented by the Joint Committee including APSARA, Siem Reap Authority, including relevant institutions, has been conducted for four days so far.
During the 15-day course of Khmer history and archaeological excavation at Tonle Snguot Temple, 15 participants, who are from different countries including Cambodia, Singapore, Australia, India, Myanmar, Malaysia, the United States, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines concluded the final visit to Preah Norodom Sihanouk-Angkor Museum on August 11th, 2017.
In a campaign to remove illegal constructions in Angkor Park on the second day of August 11, 2017, the Joint Committee reported that the owners in the four target areas such as Siem Reap town, Angkor Thom, Banteay Srei and Prasat Bakong district were mostly responsible for demolishing the illegal constructions by themselves.
In the morning of August 10, 2017, the Joint Committee includes APSARA Authority, Siem Reap provincial authorities and other relevant units start to demolish the illegal constructions in Angkor Park.
APSARA senior officials and leaders of tourism agent in total of 65 have completed the building capacity on Tourism Management in World Heritage Sites successfully on August 9th, 2017. The closing ceremony is presided over by H. E. Mr. Sok Sangvar, Deputy Director General of APSARA Authority in charge of Department of Angkor Tourism Development.

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What kind of right do people, who live in the region of Angkor, have for their own lands?
1. The villagers, who have homes and live there for ages, can continue to live without forcing to leave the village.

2. The villagers can demolish old houses or build new ones with a request to get permits from Apsara Authority.

3. The villagers have right to manage their own lands such as: giving land possession to their relatives – parents to children, or selling it to the neighbours to get some money for living. However, it is forbidden on buying and selling for the purpose of making profitable business for companies or individuals to build hotels, restaurants, KTV....etc.