CNRP lawmaker for Kampong Thom province Lim Kim-Ya has blasted former party leader Sam Rainsy for signing a party statement.
Jailed opposition leader Kem Sokha is to be questioned on treason charges by Phnom Penh Municipal Court.
Prime Minister Hun Sen warns the United States to not interfere in the upcoming national election over the arrest of Kem Sokha.
The majority of senior opposition CNRP standing and steering committee members are on a list of those who will be banned from politics for five years if the party is dissolved.
Prime Minister Hun Sen bets his life on the fact the CNRP will be dissolved by the Supreme Court, saying more than 100 opposition standing committee members will be banned.
Prince Norodom Ranariddh, whose Funcinpec Party has filed a complaint against the opposition CNRP, spoke to Alan Parkhouse about his return to political prominence.
The Supreme Court denies bail to jailed opposition CNRP leader Kem Sokha who has been charged with treason.
Former opposition leader Sam Rainsy claims CNRP president Kem Sokha is no longer able to lead the party alone.
More CNRP commune councillors defect to the ruling CPP, while US Senator Ted Cruz threatens extended travel bans.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and opposition leader Kem Sokha accuse one another of breaching the Paris Peace Accords.
Hun Sen promises CNRP officials they can keep their positions, as long as they join the CPP.
Prime Minister Hun Sen hits back at critics who have condemned the government for its attempt to dissolve the CNRP.
The National Assembly approves amendments to four election laws that will determine how the CNRP’s seats in parliament and local authorities will be redistributed.
The CNRP will face dissolution under the newly amended law on political parties if party leader Kem Sokha is convicted on the treason charges he faces.
A lawyer for the Interior Ministry says the ministry’s request to the Supreme Court to have the opposition CNRP dissolved is separate from the treason case.
The Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia asks to stabilise political climate.
The Interior Ministry files a complaint to the Supreme Court, asking to dissolve the CNRP.
With Prime Minister Hun Sen heating up his rhetoric against the US and the recent arrest of opposition party leader Kem Sokha, “anti-Americanism” may sound justifiable.
CNRP deputy president Mu Sochua leaves the country after Hun Sen announces arrests of politicians he claims are behind a plot.
Prime Minister Hun Sen vows to track down and arrest “rebels” attempting to start a colour revolution in the country.