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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Why Violence is the Favorite of the Family

Mr. Chears Tourt, from Ptash Srey village, joined the meeting of viewers’ clubs and shared his experience with domestic violence. He has two children and both of them didn’t go to school because his family is too poor. Actually in the previous time, his family was fairly rich in the village, but later on because he and his wife were drunkards, some properties were lavished. His family became poorer and poorer. Both wife and husband always got drunk when there was no work to do. Mr. Tourt said that when both are drunk they always had conflict together. He had ever beaten his wife to unconscious. Neighbors and his relatives just ignore to his behavior because it usually occurs in this family. So, domestic violence remains concerned in remote village, especially in poor and uneducated family. Local authorities remain hesitate to help their villagers. Right information of the action was not taken effectively. Fortunately, after clubs of listeners and viewers were established, this bad behavior and wrong perspective were changed, Mr. Tourt said. He is now getting to know the mistakes he had done and the committed actions would be sentenced to in prison. He added that he and wife set their tear down after watching video drama and listening to radio program about the law. He finally suggested WMC to continue the activity of the clubs not only for his village but also for other villages where people are unable to access right information and useful information for their daily life.


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