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15 Nov 2022


Cambodia: Phnom Penh Court question another Naga World's unionist following criminal complaint by company unions have been protesting against

"Briefs: Another Naga Protester Questioned, Gun Shooting in Pailin", 15 November 2022

A third NagaWorld protester was questioned in court ... over alleged breaking and entering in a case that remains unclear.

Choub Sophorn said she was questioned during the afternoon at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court, with a prosecutor showing her printouts of photographs of protesters outside the NagaWorld casino.

The prosecutor asked whether she had yelled at the company ...

“I didn’t shout and yell. I only held a banner demanding a solution,” she said.

Workers have been protesting for 11 months following mass layoffs that they said targeted unionists.

At least seven workers have been summoned for questioning based on a complaint from NagaCorp alleging breaking and entering, intentional damage and illegal confinement. Two others were questioned on Monday, but said they were unable to get clarity on what they were accused of.

“They also asked when I want to stop striking,” Sophorn said.

Unionist Nop Tithboravy said another worker had received a summons ... All of them asked for a delay on their initial summonses.