The Interior Ministry’s penal department on Monday questioned two representatives of the Cambodian Alliance of Trade Unions (CATU) over claims that they incited violence during protests at a Kandal province garment factory in late December. Jack Liu, director-general of Tainan Enterprises (Cambodia) Co. Ltd., filed a complaint against six members of CATU after workers protested on December 26 and 31 at his factory in Ang Snuol district, demanding that the minimum wage be raised to $160. In a letter dated Thursday, the Interior Ministry’s penal department chief In Bora called three of the accused, Khem Nath, Chhim Nimul
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