Labour Minister orders officials to strictly follow provisions in the Trade Union Law.
Three of 6 union leaders found guilty of instigating violence during massive protests for higher garment worker wages in 2013.
Phnom Penh Court found six union leaders guilty of instigating violence over their roles in violent protests dating back to 2012.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court begins the trial against six union leaders over minimum wage violent protests.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court on Friday began the trial against six union leaders over minimum wage protests in teh wake of the 2013 election that turned violent and led to authorities opening fire and killing at least five demonstrators.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court will on Friday begin the trial of six union leaders charged over their roles in deadly protests following the 2013 election.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court is slated to hear the long-standing court cases of six union leaders on Friday, according a court’s statement.
PM urges relevant ministry officials end long-standing lawsuits against union leaders.
The Labour Ministry is complying with an order issued by Prime Minister Hun Sen for ministries to review court cases of union leaders and advocate for them to be sped up or dropped, an official said yesterday.
Demands asking Kandal Provincial Court to release 4 union leaders recently arrested.