In the capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, the eviction of floating homes that have swam along the banks of the River Tonle Sap has begun.
People here have long protested against the decision, stressing that they can no longer go anywhere after that. And it’s not just a new problem, these homes converted from ships have been used for generations by mostly Vietnamese immigrant families. And a real city was built between the ships, with bridges and other transportation routes.
And not only did they live here, but they made their living here as well, as they started fishing from here in the morning. It could be said that there was a resident who had not left this colony for months. Residents said they did not get enough time from the state to move.
Source: Ingatlanhírek by ingatlanhirek.hu.
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