Phnom Penh: The President of the Union of Movement of Trade Unions, Mr. Pav Sina, thanked the head of the Royal Government of Cambodia for asking banks and microfinance institutions to help facilitate their work in case of layoffs. Lack of materials caused by the global outbreak of COVID-19.
Pav Sina expressed his gratitude to the Cambodian Prime Minister, Prime Minister Hun Sen, and announced that all banks and microfinance institutions in Cambodia will exempt interest from borrowing workers to reduce their hardship. Their while suspended.
Inauguration of National Road 55 connecting National Road 5 in Pursat Province to the Thmor Bordar border with Thailand and the construction of National Road 10 connecting Samlot to Koh Kong province this morning. Monday, March 9 Hun Sen Says Delayed Payments Must Be Made and Workers' Compensation Waivers Must Be Made At the same time, too.
Regarding the case, the president of the Coalition of Workers 'Trade Unions, Pav Sina, thanked the head of the Royal Government of Cambodia for understanding the workers' well-being in the event that they were suspended due to the factory's lack of raw material caused by the explosion. Global spread of COVID-19 virus.
“On behalf of a worker, I would like to thank the Royal Government of Cambodia for responding to two requests in addition to the Ministry of Labor's measures. At the same time, I would like the Ministry of Labor to closely monitor employers' compliance with their demands and request that all banks and MFIs help to facilitate the work of workers. ”
At the inauguration of the highway, Hun Sen also ordered Minister of Economy and Finance Aun Porn Moniroth and Governor of the National Bank of Cambodia, Mr. Chea Chanto, to have an urgent meeting to resolve the issue. Cambodian workers. In addition to banks and microfinance institutions, the Prime Minister also told Boreys and apartments to delay workers' compensation payments while they were suspended for lack of raw materials.