Capitol bus protesters clash with Tuk Tuk drivers
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  • More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company hold a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company hold a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.
  • More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company attempted to block a Capitol bus from leaving a station at Prampi Makara district.
The former bus drivers held a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company attempted to block a Capitol bus from leaving a station at Prampi Makara district.
The former bus drivers held a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.
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      Center of Phnom Penh city, Phnom Penh, Prampi Makara district, Cambodia - 06/02/2016 11:34:17: More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company attempted to block a Capitol bus from leaving a station at Prampi Makara district. The former bus drivers held a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.
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  • More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) during a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) during a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 06/02/2016: More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) during a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.
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  • More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) during a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) during a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 06/02/2016: More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) during a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) members at Prampi Makara district in Phnom Penh.
More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company hold protest demonstration for solution to unlawful dismissal in front of the long-distance passenger bus station of the company near the Orussey market in the morning. 
At about 9:30am, the protesters attempted to block a bus from leaving the station. Just after that, CCDA members attacked the protesters with metal bars and sticks. Several protesters were injured by this attack and two protesters were arrested by riot police.
The arrestee does not appear to CCDA member who performed violence. CCDA consist of tuk-tuk drivers and bike taxi drivers.They insist that a visitor leaves when protest demonstrated in front of the bus station, and their business turns worse. 
In july last, five Capitol bus drivers were fired amid attempting to organizing a union for the improvement of working conditions with the support of the Cambodian Labor Confederation (CLC).
After that, more than 40 their colleagues went on strike for demanded the reinstatement of five bus drivers. And they attempted to unionize as well.
However, they were also fired in november last.
Since then, they have protesed against the company for several months for solution to unlawful dismissal.A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) members at Prampi Makara district in Phnom Penh.
More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company hold protest demonstration for solution to unlawful dismissal in front of the long-distance passenger bus station of the company near the Orussey market in the morning. 
At about 9:30am, the protesters attempted to block a bus from leaving the station. Just after that, CCDA members attacked the protesters with metal bars and sticks. Several protesters were injured by this attack and two protesters were arrested by riot police.
The arrestee does not appear to CCDA member who performed violence. CCDA consist of tuk-tuk drivers and bike taxi drivers.They insist that a visitor leaves when protest demonstrated in front of the bus station, and their business turns worse. 
In july last, five Capitol bus drivers were fired amid attempting to organizing a union for the improvement of working conditions with the support of the Cambodian Labor Confederation (CLC).
After that, more than 40 their colleagues went on strike for demanded the reinstatement of five bus drivers. And they attempted to unionize as well.
However, they were also fired in november last.
Since then, they have protesed against the company for several months for solution to unlawful dismissal.
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      Center of Phnom Penh city, Phnom Penh, Prampi Makara district, Cambodia - 06/02/2016: A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) members at Prampi Makara district in Phnom Penh. More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company hold protest demonstration for solution to unlawful dismissal in front of the long-distance passenger bus station of the company near the Orussey market in the morning. At about 9:30am, the protesters attempted to block a bus from leaving the station. Just after that, CCDA members attacked the protesters with metal bars and sticks. Several protesters were injured by this attack and two protesters were arrested by riot police. The arrestee does not appear to CCDA member who performed violence. CCDA consist of tuk-tuk drivers and bike taxi drivers.They insist that a visitor leaves when protest demonstrated in front of the bus station, and their business turns worse. In july last, five Capitol bus drivers were fired amid attempting to organizing a union for the improvement of working conditions with the support of the Cambodian Labor Confederation (CLC). After that, more than 40 their colleagues went on strike for demanded the reinstatement of five bus drivers. And they attempted to unionize as well. However, they were also fired in november last. Since then, they have protesed against the company for several months for solution to unlawful dismissal.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) during a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) during a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 06/02/2016: A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) during a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) members at Prampi Makara district in Phnom Penh.
More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company hold protest demonstration for solution to unlawful dismissal in front of the long-distance passenger bus station of the company near the Orussey market in the morning. 
At about 9:30am, the protesters attempted to block a bus from leaving the station. Just after that, CCDA members attacked the protesters with metal bars and sticks. Several protesters were injured by this attack and two protesters were arrested by riot police.
The arrestee does not appear to CCDA member who performed violence. CCDA consist of tuk-tuk drivers and bike taxi drivers.They insist that a visitor leaves when protest demonstrated in front of the bus station, and their business turns worse. 
In july last, five Capitol bus drivers were fired amid attempting to organizing a union for the improvement of working conditions with the support of the Cambodian Labor Confederation (CLC).
After that, more than 40 their colleagues went on strike for demanded the reinstatement of five bus drivers. And they attempted to unionize as well.
However, they were also fired in november last.
Since then, they have protesed against the company for several months for solution to unlawful dismissal.A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) members at Prampi Makara district in Phnom Penh.
More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company hold protest demonstration for solution to unlawful dismissal in front of the long-distance passenger bus station of the company near the Orussey market in the morning. 
At about 9:30am, the protesters attempted to block a bus from leaving the station. Just after that, CCDA members attacked the protesters with metal bars and sticks. Several protesters were injured by this attack and two protesters were arrested by riot police.
The arrestee does not appear to CCDA member who performed violence. CCDA consist of tuk-tuk drivers and bike taxi drivers.They insist that a visitor leaves when protest demonstrated in front of the bus station, and their business turns worse. 
In july last, five Capitol bus drivers were fired amid attempting to organizing a union for the improvement of working conditions with the support of the Cambodian Labor Confederation (CLC).
After that, more than 40 their colleagues went on strike for demanded the reinstatement of five bus drivers. And they attempted to unionize as well.
However, they were also fired in november last.
Since then, they have protesed against the company for several months for solution to unlawful dismissal.
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      Center of Phnom Penh city, Phnom Penh, Prampi Makara district, Cambodia - 06/02/2016: A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) members at Prampi Makara district in Phnom Penh. More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company hold protest demonstration for solution to unlawful dismissal in front of the long-distance passenger bus station of the company near the Orussey market in the morning. At about 9:30am, the protesters attempted to block a bus from leaving the station. Just after that, CCDA members attacked the protesters with metal bars and sticks. Several protesters were injured by this attack and two protesters were arrested by riot police. The arrestee does not appear to CCDA member who performed violence. CCDA consist of tuk-tuk drivers and bike taxi drivers.They insist that a visitor leaves when protest demonstrated in front of the bus station, and their business turns worse. In july last, five Capitol bus drivers were fired amid attempting to organizing a union for the improvement of working conditions with the support of the Cambodian Labor Confederation (CLC). After that, more than 40 their colleagues went on strike for demanded the reinstatement of five bus drivers. And they attempted to unionize as well. However, they were also fired in november last. Since then, they have protesed against the company for several months for solution to unlawful dismissal.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) members at Prampi Makara district in Phnom Penh.
More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company hold protest demonstration for solution to unlawful dismissal in front of the long-distance passenger bus station of the company near the Orussey market in the morning. 
At about 9:30am, the protesters attempted to block a bus from leaving the station. Just after that, CCDA members attacked the protesters with metal bars and sticks. Several protesters were injured by this attack and two protesters were arrested by riot police.
The arrestee does not appear to CCDA member who performed violence. CCDA consist of tuk-tuk drivers and bike taxi drivers.They insist that a visitor leaves when protest demonstrated in front of the bus station, and their business turns worse. 
In july last, five Capitol bus drivers were fired amid attempting to organizing a union for the improvement of working conditions with the support of the Cambodian Labor Confederation (CLC).
After that, more than 40 their colleagues went on strike for demanded the reinstatement of five bus drivers. And they attempted to unionize as well.
However, they were also fired in november last.
Since then, they have protesed against the company for several months for solution to unlawful dismissal.A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) members at Prampi Makara district in Phnom Penh.
More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company hold protest demonstration for solution to unlawful dismissal in front of the long-distance passenger bus station of the company near the Orussey market in the morning. 
At about 9:30am, the protesters attempted to block a bus from leaving the station. Just after that, CCDA members attacked the protesters with metal bars and sticks. Several protesters were injured by this attack and two protesters were arrested by riot police.
The arrestee does not appear to CCDA member who performed violence. CCDA consist of tuk-tuk drivers and bike taxi drivers.They insist that a visitor leaves when protest demonstrated in front of the bus station, and their business turns worse. 
In july last, five Capitol bus drivers were fired amid attempting to organizing a union for the improvement of working conditions with the support of the Cambodian Labor Confederation (CLC).
After that, more than 40 their colleagues went on strike for demanded the reinstatement of five bus drivers. And they attempted to unionize as well.
However, they were also fired in november last.
Since then, they have protesed against the company for several months for solution to unlawful dismissal.
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      Center of Phnom Penh city, Phnom Penh, Prampi Makara district, Cambodia - 06/02/2016: A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) members at Prampi Makara district in Phnom Penh. More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company hold protest demonstration for solution to unlawful dismissal in front of the long-distance passenger bus station of the company near the Orussey market in the morning. At about 9:30am, the protesters attempted to block a bus from leaving the station. Just after that, CCDA members attacked the protesters with metal bars and sticks. Several protesters were injured by this attack and two protesters were arrested by riot police. The arrestee does not appear to CCDA member who performed violence. CCDA consist of tuk-tuk drivers and bike taxi drivers.They insist that a visitor leaves when protest demonstrated in front of the bus station, and their business turns worse. In july last, five Capitol bus drivers were fired amid attempting to organizing a union for the improvement of working conditions with the support of the Cambodian Labor Confederation (CLC). After that, more than 40 their colleagues went on strike for demanded the reinstatement of five bus drivers. And they attempted to unionize as well. However, they were also fired in november last. Since then, they have protesed against the company for several months for solution to unlawful dismissal.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) during a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) during a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 06/02/2016: A man of former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company who receives violence by Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA) during a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Thep Vuthy, former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company answers the questions of the reporters after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA). 
He injured a head by Tuk-Tuk drivers attack. 
More than 40 former bus drivers of the company held a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.Thep Vuthy, former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company answers the questions of the reporters after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA). 
He injured a head by Tuk-Tuk drivers attack. 
More than 40 former bus drivers of the company held a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 06/02/2016: Thep Vuthy, former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company answers the questions of the reporters after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA). He injured a head by Tuk-Tuk drivers attack. More than 40 former bus drivers of the company held a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company stage a sit-in protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).Former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company stage a sit-in protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 06/02/2016 11:54:18: Former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company stage a sit-in protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company who protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.Former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company who protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.
  • More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company who protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company who protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal.
  • More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company who protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company who protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 06/02/2016: More than 40 former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company who protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).Former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).
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      Center of Phnom Penh city, Phnom Penh, Prampi Makara district, Cambodia - 06/02/2016: Former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • A supporter of former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company was arrested by riot police during a protest against the company.
More than 40 former bus drivers of the company held a protest for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.A supporter of former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company was arrested by riot police during a protest against the company.
More than 40 former bus drivers of the company held a protest for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 06/02/2016 11:45:36: A supporter of former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company was arrested by riot police during a protest against the company. More than 40 former bus drivers of the company held a protest for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • A former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company was arrested by riot police after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).
The former bus drivers held a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.A former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company was arrested by riot police after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).
The former bus drivers held a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 06/02/2016: A former bus driver of the Capitol Tours bus company was arrested by riot police after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA). The former bus drivers held a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company stage a sit-in protest after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).
More than 40 former bus drivers of the company held a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.Former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company stage a sit-in protest after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).
More than 40 former bus drivers of the company held a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 06/02/2016: Former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company stage a sit-in protest after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA). More than 40 former bus drivers of the company held a protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal on that day.
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi
  • Former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company stage a sit-in protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).Former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company stage a sit-in protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).
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      Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 06/02/2016 12:11:30: Former bus drivers of the Capitol Tours bus company stage a sit-in protest against the company for withdrawal of the unlawful dismissal after the clash with Tuk-Tuk drivers of the Cambodia for Confederation Development Association (CCDA).
      Credit: Satoshi Takahashi

 

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