The Interior Ministry on Wednesday threatened to revoke the license of the Cambodian Independent Teachers Association (CITA) if it goes ahead with a planned demonstration next week seeking higher wages for the countryís educators. An official at the ministry said that the move to revoke the associationís license was in direct response to CITA president Rong Chhunís involvement in nationwide garment worker strikes, and his affiliation with the opposition CNRP. CITA, which has more than 10,000 members across the country, decided during its annual congress on Tuesday to hold a nationwide weeklong demonstration, beginning Monday, calling for a
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