Gambling went on as usual at NagaWorld, Phnom Penh’s only licensed hotel-casino, Monday, despite an ongoing strike by employees who claim that more than 400 of them have been fired following weeks of protest. About 300 workers sat outside the casino with banners on Monday in a demonstration that has been ongoing since it began June 13, when employees demanded that the lowest pay for staff be raised from $80 per month. Sok Narith, vice president of the Cambodian Tourism and Service Workers Federation, said the union had received a copy of an email last week—sent from NagaWorld’s
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