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VC Manpower director to be questioned later

VC Manpower director to be questioned later

PHNOM Penh Municipal Court yesterday postponed the questioning of the director of a labour recruitment and training centre accused of mistreating a trainee under his care following an administrative mix-up, said Pol Khemra, deputy director of the Department of Police at the Interior Ministry. The director was summoned for questioning after Long Sakan filed a complaint on August 2 accusing the man of preventing her daughter from leaving a VC Manpower training centre in the capital’s Sen Sok district during a three-month training period.


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