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Phnom Penh Seeks to Create New Center for Homeless, Beggars
( 09-April-2014 by The Cambodia Daily ;Vol 57; Issue 85; Page 15 )

Phnom Penh’s department of social affairs has asked City Hall to use a building in Pur Senchey district as a new, citywide detention facility for homeless people and beggars, including children, officials said yesterday.

Democratization in Cambodia in Retreat Following Violent ‘13
( 09-April-2014 by The Cambodia Daily ;Vol 57; Issue 85; Page 15 )

Democracy is in retreat since July’s national election as the ruling CPP has increasingly used armed forces to protest its grip on power and stubbornly refused to reform state institutions, the Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia (Comfrel) said in a new report released yesterday.

Cintri Defends Fee Irregularities to Anti-Corruption Unit
( 09-April-2014 by The Cambodia Daily ;Vol 57; Issue 85; Page 16 )

The company responsible for collecting Phnom Penh’s trash has defended its erratic pricing structure in response to an inquiry from the Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU), which says that numerous complaints have been filed by small business owners.

Kampot Cement Company Workers on Strike
( 09-April-2014 by The Cambodia Daily ;Vol 57; Issue 85; Page 17 )

About 200 workers employed by a subcontractor of Kampot Cement Company went on strike for several hours yesterday demanding better wages as well as annual leave, a union representative said.

Ministry Says No to CNRP Ceremony at Tuol Sleng
( 09-April-2014 by The Cambodia Daily ;Vol 57; Issue 85; Page 17 )

The Ministry of Culture yesterday rejected the opposition CNRP’s request to hold a ceremony at the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum for those who died under the Khmer Rouge.

Gov’t Seeks Cash for Flood Rebuilding Efforts
( 09-April-2014 by The Cambodia Daily ;Vol 57; Issue 85; Page 17 )

The National Committee for Disaster Management (NCDM) said yesterday that it needs an additional $217 million from donors and NGOs to help recovery efforts from the floods of September and October 2013.

Families Blocked From Fencing Disputed Land
( 09-April-2014 by The Cambodia Daily ;Vol 57; Issue 85; Page 17 )

About a dozen Tuol Kok district security guards in Phnom Penh yesterday blocked three families involved in a long-running land dispute from building a fence around the disputed property in Boeng Kak I commune, an official said.

B Meanchey Vendors Ordered to Switch Markets
( 09-April-2014 by The Cambodia Daily ;Vol 57; Issue 85; Page 17 )

More than 250 street vendors in Banteay Meanchey province on Monday protested outside provincial governor Kousoum Saroeuth’s office after authorities ordered them to leave locations surrounding a local market, a rights worker said yesterday.

Incitement charge over LS rioting
( 09-April-2014 by The Phnom Penh Post )

Despite a December strike-ending agreement that saw lawsuits against labour leaders and workers dropped, union president Ath Thorn yesterday was charged with incitement by Phnom Penh Municipal Court.

Cyber bill raises concerns
( 09-April-2014 by The Phnom Penh Post )

Cambodia's highly secretive draft law on cybercrime, which has never been released publicly, seeks to criminalize online content that “slanders or undermines” government agencies, ministries or officials or affects “political cohesiveness”, a copy obtained by the Post reveals.

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