[Cambodia] Compromise Remains Elusive in Minimum Wage Negotiations

After leaving the room early, union leader Ath Thorn said the four walked out because the government was insisting that the wage proposal that received the least votes not be passed on to the LAC for further discussion. They were worried that pro-government unions in the group would tip the results in favor of the lower proposals.

“We walked out because we had requested not to have a vote, but to discuss the numbers and send all of them to the LAC,” he said.

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