Naga World Protesters Demand NagaCorp Obeys Labour Laws

Regardless of the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training's will to mediate, the ultimate resolution may rest on the courts.

Marking a 10th consecutive day of protests, the people at the casino resort demanded a lawful solution to the issue that, according to them, includes the reinstatement of 365 employees most of who are members of the Labour Rights Supported Union of Khmer Employees (LRSU) of NagaWorld trade union.

Commenting on the subject, the spokesman of the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training Heng Sour said that the role of the ministry as defined by Cambodian labor laws is to mediate and reconcile labor disputes between employers and employees but the ultimate solution rests on both sides agreeing to terms and if they cannot, settlement may be reached through the court.

“In cases where there is no reconciliation among the parties, they have to file a complaint with the courts as a last resort. The ministry will continue to fulfil its duties within the scope of the labour laws,” said Heng Sour, spokesman, for the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training.

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