Cambodia’s upcoming general election on July 29 looks set to be its most controversial since its first national election in 1993.
Economic minister says the kingdom now enjoys greater levels of financial freedom.
The UN’s Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Cambodia asks the Interior Minister to justify the dissolution of the CNRP.
Prime Minister Hun Sen claims Cambodia continues to attract millions of tourists.
Sonando is re-elected as president of the Beehive Social Democratic Party.
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.
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.…
Former opposition leader Kem Sokha’s daughter has appealed to the public and to former members of the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) to stop defaming her father after Mr Sokha denied he would join the…
The Phnom Penh court has set December 29 for the trial on defamation charges of former opposition leader Sam Rainsyز
PM: The dissolved parties will not revive, but they can create new parties.
Anti-Corruption Unit warns former CNRP lawmakers and officials.
The European Commission announce the suspension of assistance to the NEC after the dissolution of the opposition CNRP.
The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party is calling the National Assembly’s vote to proceedings against Kem Sokha unconstitutional.
There are claims and counter-claims, arguments and counter-arguments, regarding Mr Sokha’s case.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on foreign countries not to interfere in Cambodia affairs and alleged the United States was helping the opposition.
The government is shutting down US-funded non-governmental organisation National Democratic Institute and orders its foreign staff to leave the country.
New Sala Kamreuk commune chief Chen Sokngeng, talks to Khmer Times.