By  on February 8, 2012

A tribunal organized by trade unions and worker’s rights advocacy groups concluded in Phnom Penh today, calling on the Cambodian government to review the wages and working conditions of garment industry workers.

The recommendations were issued by the People’s Tribunal, a five-man panel of judges invited by the International Asia Floor Wage Alliance and Asia Floor Wage Cambodia, two groups that seek to raise minimum wage levels in the region. It came after two days of testimony in the capital of the Southeast Asian state by international brands, industry workers and witnesses from international worker’s rights groups.

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