Police have targeted seven unions and associations for a “survey” of employees and their documentation, though a police official said the project has been put on hold for now after investigating two of the groups.
Cambodian Independent Teachers Association (CITA) director Ouk Chhayavy said six officers came to investigate her organization on September 3, questioning her about the scope of its work.
“They should not come to ask because we have already submitted [documents] to the Interior Ministry about what sectors we work in,” Chhayavy said on Tuesday. “The goal of the survey is to threaten associations and unions.”
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