The Court of Appeals will conduct a closed door bail hearing on Thursday for the first time with Kem Sokha, the former president of the main opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party, present in the room.…
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.
The Supreme Court held a hearing yesterday on the bail request of Australian filmmaker James Ricketson.
Court summons the former president of the BSDP to act as a witness in the case of jailed opposition leader Kem Sokha.
Phnom Penh Court continues to question former opposition leader Kem Sokha on treason charges for conspiring to topple the government with a foreign power.
A judge question former opposition leader Kem Sokha on treason charges for conspiring to topple the government with a foreign power.
The Phnom Penh court prosecutor has summoned Sam Rainsy to appear at the court on January 11 to answer a complaint of treason.
UN’s representative is concerned over the government’s investigation of a prominent human rights group.
Jailed opposition leader Kem Sokha is to be questioned on treason charges by Phnom Penh Municipal Court.
The Supreme Court denies bail to jailed opposition CNRP leader Kem Sokha who has been charged with treason.
The opposition CNRP confirms the party will not prohibit its members of parliament or commune chiefs from defecting to the ruling CPP.
Hun Sen promises CNRP officials they can keep their positions, as long as they join the CPP.
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.
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.
The Appeal Court denies bail for jailed opposition leader Kem Sokha, while his lawyers walked out of the hearing after their client was not allowed to attend.
Political reconciliation and national unity are the only way for Cambodia to navigate through such turbulent times.
The US Embassy is calling on the government to release Kem Sokha, claiming allegations were made without a shred of serious or credible evidence.