Phnom Penh Municipal Court begins the trial against six union leaders over minimum wage violent protests.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court opened the trials of six union leaders concerning their roles in the violent protests following the 2013 election.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court continued working on the case of the Interior Ministry’s Counter-Terrorism Department that filed a lawsuit against former opposition leader Sam Rainsy, who allegedly agreed to cede four northeastern provinces to Vietnam’s Montagnards if he won the 2013 election.
Former opposition leader Sam Rainsy criticizes the Cambodian judicial system.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday summoned former opposition leader Sam Rainsy to appear at the court in May.
The Quick Reaction Unit releases a video clip detailing treason accusations against Rainsy.
A lawsuit against Rainsy, who allegedly agreed to cede four provinces to Vietnam.