Cambodia workers face court action over NagaWorld casino strike

Union leader says members determined to continue work stoppage despite crackdown.

Cambodian authorities have accused several members of a NagaWorld union of “incitement” as police prolonged their crackdown on a weekslong strike against the local casino giant.

Strikers on Monday afternoon resumed their protest near Naga’s complex in Phnom Penh after a two-day pause that followed the arrest of 10 union members on New Year’s Eve.

On Monday, at least 15 strikers, including a pregnant woman, were detained by military police who surrounded the site in large numbers, according to monitors at the scene and the union.

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