In a letter sent to the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training last week, the Council of Ministers encourages the ministry to facilitate talks between garment factory management and the union representing thousands of workers on strike for nearly two months.
The letter, written by Council of Ministers undersecretary Khun Chinken, instructed Ministry of Labour officials not to pursue legal complaints against C.CAWDU, which represents striking workers at SL Garment Processing.
The C.CAWDU-led strike has twice been deemed illegal by Phnom Penh Municipal Court. …
Sean Teehan and Mom Kunthear