Two former contractors of Cambodia Center for Human Rights (CCHR) are on strike Thursday in front of the CCHR office protesting against their employment termination.
Uon Piseth, and Samreth Socheat who were responsible for the center's information technology section claimed that their employment was terminated unfairly by CCHR president Kem Sokha when their contract ended.
Mr. Pan Nguon Tieng, head of the center's radio program, said the center did nothing illegal. He said no NGO can guarantee its employee a lifetime job. He said two additional people will be let go as well because CCHR is undergoing reforms and is trying to best use its limited resources for maximum results.