Four among six political parties have agreed to receive seats in the National Assembly.
Prime Minister Hun Sen sets the deadline for former CNRP commune officials to defect.
Three members of the National Election Committee, each nominated by the CNRP, submit their resignation following the dissolution of the opposition party.
Three members of the National Election Committee (NEC) have submitted their resignation.
The Cambodian Supreme Court has issued a verdict to dissolve the Cambodia National Rescue Party based on a complaint and evidence provided by the Ministry of Interior.
Prime Minister Hun Sen brushes aside any potential concern over the US cutting funding to the country over the recent dissolution of the opposition CNRP.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has assures unionist Vorn Pao that he does not need to fear arrest and flee the country over possible links to an attempted colour revolution.
The repercussions of last week’s political moves in Cambodia when the Supreme Court dissolved the main opposition party has left many wondering what the repercussions will be for local businesses.
A woman is under arrest over her alleged protesting of the dissolution of the CNRP.
The ruling CPP is calling for members and functionaries of the CNRP, which has been dissolved, to defect to the CPP, but Sam Rainsy, the self-exiled former leader of the CNRP, urges party officials to flee the country.
The Supreme Court decided to dissolve the CNRP and ban 118 CNRP members from political activity for five years.
The Interior Ministry asked the National Treasury General Department to stop paying the CNRP’s commune councilors’ monthly salary.
The National Assembly has approved the national budget for 2018. At over $6 billion the new budget is 15 percent higher than this year’s.
The Supreme Court dissolves the opposition CNRP on treason charges in a ruling condemned by rights groups as the death of democracy in the country.
The National Police are poised to prevent protests against the Supreme Court as it hears the case to dissolve the opposition CNRP.
Foreign Affairs Minister seeks to reassure the US that democracy has not been damaged.
Fifty-five opposition CNRP lawmakers will immediately lose their salaries if the party is dissolved by the Supreme Court.
Military police in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district arrest a man accused of scattering anti-government leaflets in the capital.
The Interior Ministry orders creation of task forces to prevent toppling of government.
The director of the central department of public order orders National Police forces to toughen up security as the Supreme Court prepares to debate the dissolution of the opposition CNRP.