‘More needs to be done before lifting Cambodian maids freeze’

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Migrant workers’ rights group Tenaganita said the freeze on Cambodian maids coming into Malaysia should not be lifted until an institutional framework to protect them is in place.

“A joint committee to finalise an agreement on recruitment, training and employment conditions by both governments is not sufficient to protect the domestic workers in Malaysia.

“Both the Malaysian and Cambodian governments have not made any fundamental changes in ensuring that a proper legal framework for the protection of domestic workers is put in place in Malaysia."...

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