Six Cambodian union leaders on Tuesday each received suspended 2 1/2-year prison terms in connection with labor protests about five years ago in which four garment workers were killed and around 20 others hurt. Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Wednesday that he believes three of the six union leaders convicted for their role in violent street demonstrations were innocent.
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Senior officials at the Ministry of National Defense have confirmed that the government’s decision to recruit 209 new personnel for the bodyguard unit (BGU) is aimed to replace those who have retired and fill shortages.
Police in Banteay Meanchey on Tuesday arrested 55 foreign nationals over their alleged involvement in running an illegal online gambling operation in Poipet city.
Cambodian authorities indicted the president of a construction workers union Thursday for his role in producing a documentary about sex trafficking.
A Joint task force, which included the Svay Rieng provincial department of labour and vocational training, has fined over 1,000 Chinese nationals who live and work illegally in Bavet town, the department director Has Bunthy told The Post on Thursday.https://bit.ly/2LglmGF;