the ''draft law on the agreement of the supplementary treaty between Cambodia and Vietnam on the 1985 border treaty'' and other related documents, which were forwarded in recent days from the government cabinet to the secretariat of National Assembly.
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This draft of the supplementary agreement to the 1985 border treaty was signed Oct 10 by Prime Minister Hun Sen in Vietnam and has been formally adopted by the Cambodian cabinet. The government has not made the draft agreement public.
The National Assembly has announced that members of its foreign affairs committee will review the document and details of the agreement, and then report to lawmakers before debate and vote. It is unclear when the debate and vote will take place.
Cambodia's Senate and the king also must formally approve the supplementary border agreement to the 1985 treaty before it becomes law.
All the following documents are in Khmer, except one in French.
Hun Sen Cover Letter to National Assembly
four-page cover letter from Prime Minister Hun Sen to National Assembly President Prince Norodom Ranariddh, providing a government overview of the draft supplementary agreement to the 1985 border treaty.
2005 Border Agreement
Khmer-language version of the draft supplementary agreement to the 1985 border treaty.
2005 Border Agreement in French
French-language version of the draft supplementary agreement to the 1985 border treaty.
Maps and Topography
topography maps that accompany the new supplementary border agreement
1985 Border Treaty
copy of the 1985 border treaty between People's Republic of Kampuchea and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam
85 Scale 100,000:1
statistical map of some south and southeastern border areas based on 100,000:1 scale, included with 1985 border pact.
85 Scale 50,000:1
statistical map of some southeastern and eastern border areas based on 50,000:1 scale, included with 1985 border pact.
Letter for Assembly President to Sign
letter prepared by government cabinet for National Assembly President Prince Norodom Ranariddh to sign, if the National Assembly votes on and approves the supplementary border agreement.