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Press Release: Cambodian Trade Unionists Locked Out After Mass Strike

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign, Published on: 21 September 2010

Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC) is asking fashion brands sourcing from Cambodia to ensure that over 200 factory unionists that have been unfairly dismissed are immediately reinstated in their factories...Last week thousands of workers…started a strike of garment industry workers [asking for]…a salary level that can ensure basic provisions…The CCC is disappointed that the halt of the strike did not put an end to the attacks on protesters, threats of legal action against organisers, and a retaliation against union members…[CCC stated:]“…it’s the time that brands and retailers sourcing from Cambodia show that ethical standards are taken serious by urging suppliers to respect trade union right..."

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