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City hall to discuss chea vichea film

City hall to discuss chea vichea film

Cambodian Confederation of Unions President Rong Chhun says he will meet with city officials today to discuss plans to hold a public screening of Who Killed Chea Vichea?, a documentary about the slain labour leader. Rong Chhun said this week that he hopes to show the film on Saturday near Wat Lanka, close to the site where Chea Vichea was gunned down in 2004. “I just want to show the workers that Chea Vichea was a great union leader and urge the government to find the real killers,” Rong Chhun said.

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