Worker march blocked- Phnom Penh Post

Police in Sen Sok district blocked a march planned for yesterday by workers from the June Textile garment factory, who have been demanding severance payments since the facility burned down in March.

Roughly 100 workers and activists gathered outside June Textile yesterday, planning to march to the capital’s Freedom Park and to government buildings.

Read the full article at the Phnom Penh Post website.

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The company is reported to have received US$19 million.

The workers will fight and go as far as call for boycott of clothes produced by the company, sold in USA and Europe.

The plight of the workers is adding strength and power to the villagers’ determination to keep their land.

Power to the people!

Help them by sending letters of support.

Mu Sochua

One response to “Worker march blocked- Phnom Penh Post

  1. Pingback: Worker march blocked- Phnom Penh Post (via Mu Sochua: MP & Human Rights Advocate) « Pilant's Business Ethics Blog

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