Cambodian authorities to discuss solutions to NagaWorld protests

Cambodia’s Minister of Interior, Sar Kheng, is set to host a meeting with other government ministers in an effort to resolve the ongoing dispute between NagaWorld and a group of former employees.

According to a report by The Phnom Penh Post, Phnom Penh municipal deputy governor Keut Chhe has sent a letter to senior government officials to discuss possible solutions to the imbroglio, which has seen hundreds of former NagaWorld workers who were laid off during the COVID-19 pandemic protesting outside the integrated resort since December.

The protests have led to 11 protesters being arrested and placed in detention for incitement to commit a felony, while authorities have also expressed concerns over the spread of COVID with almost 100 protestors having tested positive in recent weeks.

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