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Civil Society (12th – 16th September, 2022)
Civil Society (12th – 16th September, 2022)

More than 300 former NagaWorld workers and members of labor unions from several labor federations gathered in front of the Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training on Sept. 11, to submit a petition to resolve the NagaWorld labor dispute and to drop the charges against the leaders of union activists. They requested intervention from Prime Minister Hun Sen. Authorities shoved and struck unionists with walkie-talkies as members of eight unions attempted to submit a petition against union-busting to the Labor Ministry and the Council of Ministers office;
A number of union members and factory workers have posted messages on social media expressing their desire for a new monthly minimum wage of more than $200, with the National Council for Minimum Wage (NCMW) in negotiations. The Candlelight Party says it is backing unions’ requests for an increase in the garment-sector minimum wage rise and pushing for it to rise to $300 per month in two years.;
Indigenous Suoy families say they have blocked a company formerly chaired by the prime minister’s nephew Hun Chea from clearing their farmland in Kampong Speu, and are seeking compensation.;
Two “Friday Women” – the wives of former opposition activists detained at Trapaing Phlong prison in Tbong Khmum province – shaved their head immediately after the Phnom Penh Court of Appeal upheld the municipal court’s decision ordering their spouses and 13 other activists to serve the remainder of their 44-month jail terms.;