On October 6th, more than 1,500 people—community members, monks, students, tuk-tuk drivers, CSOs, and other civilians—gathered near the former Dey Krahorm neighborhood for the World Habitat Day March. At 10am, the procession headed for the National Assembly to deliver a petition calling for the government to stop land and housing evictions and properly compensate those who have already been evicted. At 12:30pm the demonstration moved on to deliver the second petition in front of Wat Botum. At 2:30pm, a meeting was held at the CLEC office to reflect on the event.
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