The wife and children of slain political analyst Kem Ley have arrived in Melbourne, Australia, after staying in Thailand.
Over 30 civil organisations call to drop charges against three NGO leaders over the handling of funds for Kem Ley’s funeral ceremony.
3 Members of the funeral committee for slain Kem Ley are charged with breach of trust.
Phnom Penh Court sentences a woman to a year in prison for accusing PM of being behind the murder of Kem Ley.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court sentenced a woman to one year in prison and a fine one million riel (about $250) for allegedly accusing Prime Minister Hun Sen and his family of being behind the murder of Kem Ley.
A woman is tried for allegedly accusing PM and his family of being behind the murder of prominent political analyst Kem Ley.
The Court of Appeal will conduct a hearing into Kim Sok’s defamation conviction.
Venerable But Buntenh, founder of the Independent Monk Network for Social Justice, will not appear at court for questioning over his handling of funds for Kem Ley stupa.
Human rights worker Moeun Tola appears in court for questioning on breach of trust allegations over his handling of funds for a stupa and funeral ceremonies for Kem Ley.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has donated an additional $20,000 toward the construction of a stupa for slain political analyst Kem Ley.
A second summons is issued to question three former members of a funeral committee.
Members of funeral and stupa committee for Kem Ley request a delay to their questioning.
Phnom Penh Court issues summonses to question three members.
The Cambodia Youth Party president will file a complaint, seeking transparency.
The Cambodia Youth Party has completed a 30-day campaign raising cash for Kem Ley stupa.
Court of Appeal upholds 18-month jail term Thak Lany over her accusation that Hun Sen ordered assassination Kem Ley.
The Court of Appeal is upholding the lower court’s sentencing of former CNRP leader Sam Rainsy to 20 months in jail.
Political analyst Kim Sok remains defiant as Phnom Penh Municipal Court sentences him to 18 months in prison for defamation.
Presiding Judge Plang Samnang convicted Ms Lany of defamation and incitement in absentia.