WHAT IT TAKES TO STOP VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

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SaSa victim of brutal assault by tycoon Sok Bun.

SaSa victim of brutal assault by tycoon Sok Bun.

http://sea-globe.com/sok-bun-thida-khus-mu-sochua-cambodia-southeast-asia-globe/

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2 responses to “WHAT IT TAKES TO STOP VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

  1. Madame Mu Sochua, you are a member of the CNRP’s parliament of Cambodia and you have a voice that represent all Khmers women across Cambodia. We all know to well that Cambodia’s CPP part is in charge and in control of the country’s economy, and there is laws that protect women’s rights workforce in Cambodia, but most existing laws is lack of practice and enforcing from the government and the local authority, and not only that many Khmers women are often being victimizes by their love one that is close to them and they are afraid to tell or make report to the authority…And Cambodia’s Judiciary’s NOT an Independent Court system and that a due process to fine justice for the women is NONE…more on Cambodia’s Garments workers and abusive by the owners of those manufacturing in Cambodia….

  2. Together we must denounce the practice that keep women trapped in violence.

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