Sokha’s defence team file a complaint to get him released on bail for medical treatment.
Sokha’s defence team demand the Supreme Court release their client on bail immediately because he is facing health problems.
The Supreme Court upholds a lower court verdict against land activist Tep Vanny who was last year convicted of violence.
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.
Ou Chanrath confirms he would file an individual complaint to the Supreme Court to have his political rights reinstated.
A total of 56 diplomatic passports being used by former opposition party’s lawmakers and senators were revoked.
The Senate has dismissed two of its representatives, both were members of the Standing Committee of the CNRP.
The former commune chief regrets not having the chance to fully serve local people, since her commune development plan had not yet been implemented.
Some political parties issued statements refusing to accept the seats, claiming it would not represent the voices of voters.
The Supreme Court plans to conduct a hearing on the case land rights activist Yorm Bopha.
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.
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 defence lawyer of political analyst Kim Sok will file an appeal to the Supreme Court after the Court of Appeal upholds conviction.
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.