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French-Khmer teachers lose salaries

French-Khmer teachers lose salaries

Teachers of bilingual classes of French and Khmer across Cambodia halted work on

March 30, after the government failed to pay them their promised salaries, local

media reported. A complaint filed to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport by

the staff members and teachers of French-Khmer bilingual classes in Phnom Penh, stated

that teaching assistants and advisors in six districts had not received salaries

since January 2007. The complaint stated the teachers would return to work when their

salaries were paid.

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