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Minister of Culture Requests National Police to Prevent Spread of the Song, 'Workers' Blood'

PHNOM PENH: The Minister of Culture and Fine Arts, Phoeurng Sackona, has requests the National Police Commissioner, Net Savoeun, to prevent the spread of the song titled 'Workers' Blood'.

In a letter requesting action to prevent the spread of this song, Minister Phoeurng Sackona pointed out that 'Workers' Blood', by rapper Kea Sokun, has inappropriate content that may cause insecurity and disorder in society.

The Ministry of Interior previously banned the song and disciplined its writers and singers, but it recently began to spread again online.



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