Growing support for striking workers at Cambodian casino

Workers at Coca-Cola and Anchor beer, besides unions in Malaysia, are backing the protests at NagaWorld.

Striking workers protesting outside the NagaWorld casino in Phnom Penh have claimed a growing support network within Cambodia and nearby Malaysia

Trade unionists said the plight of casino workers and the arrests of at least nine union leaders had resonated at factories producing Anchor beer, Coca-Cola and at Caltex petrol stations around the country.

Yoeun Reth, union president for Phnom Penh Chevron workers, told Voice of Democracy (VoD) that members at 27 Caltex petrol stations in the capital had joined a social media campaign calling for the release of the jailed NagaWorld unionists.

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