The Foreign Affairs Ministry issues a report detailing and defending the arrest of former opposition CNRP leader Kem Sokha.
The National Assembly’s spokesman dismisses a statement released by CNRP.
The Ministry of Education fires 4 officials from Siem Reap department for absenteeism.
The Cambodian Youth Party yesterday kicked off its campaign for the Senate elections.
Sokha’s defence team file a complaint to get him released on bail for medical treatment.
The Phnom Penh Post reported in an article on 07 February 2018 mentioning about the motion raised by Australian lawmaker Mark Butler, Federal President of the Australian Labor Party, to press the Australian government to take action to defend Cambodia’s “fledgling democracy”.
Sokha’s defence team demand the Supreme Court release their client on bail immediately because he is facing health problems.
The Ministry of National Defence is cooperating with involved authorities to investigate a case of alleged fake news.
Since 1993, Cambodia has gone through many trials and tribulations, in security, in politics, in border clashes, armed insurrections, illegal armed forces and the like.
Interior Minister instructs the HRP to seek approval from its majority first.
The Court denies bail for jailed Sokha, who has been charged with treason over an alleged attempt to overthrow the government.
Jailed former opposition party leader Kem Sokha was brought to the Court of Appeals on Thursday morning for a hearing on his application for bail.
The Khmer Kampuchea Krom Coordination Committee appeals to all Khmer Krom to not join the new CNRM.
Kem Sokha will this morning attend a closed-door Appeal Court hearing into his request for release on bail.
The National Assembly asks Interior Minister to take action against former CNRP lawmakers who continued to use the NA’s logo.
Ou Chanrath confirms he would file an individual complaint to the Supreme Court to have his political rights reinstated.
Rainsy says his new Cambodia National Rescue Movement intends to help the dissolved CNRP join the upcoming general election and unite opposition figures.
The Human Rights Party has officially submitted a letter to the Ministry of Interior asking for its own dissolution prior to upcoming elections for which it will not field any candidates.
Analysts warn of deteriorating relations with the US amid calls for sanctions against Cambodia from US senators.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday ordered former deputy prime minister Lu Lay Sreng to pay Prime Minister Hun Sen $125,000 in compensation for defamation.