The Thai government should not forcibly return the dissident Rath Rott Mony to Cambodia, Human Rights Watch said today. There are strong reasons to believe that Mony would face politically motivated prosecution, wrongful detention, and ill-treatment in Cambodia.
THAILAND has totally ignored concerns raised by UN agencies and human-rights groups, Human Rights Watch (HRW).
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Cambodian gathered outside the centre of Phnom Penh to commemorate International Human Rights Day yesterday, after authorities prohibited a march through the capital’s streets, a local rights organization said. Human rights defender. Chak Sopheap has been chosen by Germany and France to receive this year’s Franco-German Prize for Human Rights and the Rule of Law.
Unions have asked the government to set the minimum wage for the construction and service sectors and to solve the five other major problems facing them, a statement released on International Human Rights Day on Monday said. Prime Minister Hun Sen on Wednesday asked the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training to consider the request of six union groups who have petitioned the government to set a minimum wage for workers in the construction and service sectors.
About a dozen security force members on Friday intercepted hundreds of pharmaceutical agents in front of the home of Prime Minister Hun Sen.https://bit.ly/2Eqpkfr;