Equity Weekly decided to cover Dengue as a priority for this month in view of the current outbreak. In our main topic, we discuss the fate of young criminals. Can they grow out of crime when they are incarcerated. What treatment should they be receiving?
Street-Talk: University students from the legal faculty tell us about their views on youths in prisons.
This year, dengue fever has killed uneccesarily - much could have been prevented. We look at how the country can be better prepared in the next season.
Due to lack of education and poverty, many young people in the kingdom turn to crime. How is society dealing with these extreme cases? Is it right to put children in jail? Cambodia now benefits from more and more institutes that cater for the young criminals. We try to give an overview of that situation in this 13th Equity Show.
In the NEC:
This week, we have gone to assess how the NEC is dealing with the problem of deleting outdated voter registries.
Our choice for this week, are the animals that roam free near the road sides, creating many fatal accidents. This issue can be solved if people use ropes to tie their animals to feed them.
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