Exiled political analyst Kim Sok yesterday vowed to return to Cambodia and join those fighting for democracy after he and his daughter were granted political asylum in Finland.
Political and legal experts question the legitimacy of the government after elections.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court questions jailed political analyst Kim Sok over a new complaint filed by Prime Minister.
Supreme Court upholds lower court decisions to imprison political analyst Kim Sok.
The Khmer United Party holds its first congress in Tram Kak district, the home of slain political analyst Kem Ley.
Appeal Court postpones hearing the case of a former soldier who slayed Kem Ley.
Bou Rachana announces she will continue her social activism for “genuine democracy”.
The Ministry of Interior has denied a request from the brother of slain political analyst Kem Ley to form a new political party.
As stated by Rithysith, one of slain political analyst Kem Ley’s younger brothers, he has decided to form a political party.