Rong Chhun, president of the Cambodian Independent Teachers Association (CITA), said Friday that he feels the teachers’ movement is under threat after he received a notice from the Ministry of Interior, summoning him to explain his work on Monday. The letter, dated Thursday and signed by the ministry’s Deputy Director-General Meas Sarim, said that the purpose of the meeting would be to “discuss the work” of CITA—which was involved in sporadic protests this month by teachers demanding salary increases. “I will not go, since I am busy on that day for a mission in the provinces,” Mr. Chhun
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