Authorities in Phnom Penh and at least three provinces have begun to clamp down on teachers conducting piecemeal strikes for higher wages, with one union representative being asked to sign an anti-strike agreement and another called in for police questioning. In Kandal province’s Kien Svay district, Ouk Chhayavy, a teacher at Jayavarman 7 High School and a Cambodian Independent Teachers Association (CITA) activist, said Wednesday that she had been summonsed to the district office after demonstrating for a $250 minimum wage. “The school director and the district education office told me to thumbprint a statement to promise I
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