Ministry of Justice Spokesman says that Rainsy will be arrested if he returned.
Justice Ministry says +50% of pending court cases are connected to drug crimes.
In the World Justice Project’s report, Cambodia ranks 112, the second lowest.
The municipal court rejects a request by Rhona Smith to meet with Kem Sokha.
Justice Ministry to create a national policy on providing legal aid for the poor.
Justice Ministry reacts to a recent report regarding judicial reforms in the Kingdom.
The construction of two provincial appeal courts has been accelerated.
Vice president of the Cambodian Human Rights Committee Chin Malin defends the country’s human rights track record.
The Justice Ministry hit back at US-based Human Rights Watch over a report accusing the government of failing to provide free medical treatment for victims of acid attacks or take action against perpetrators.
The UN Special Rapporteur reveals that her request to meet Kem Sokha is rejected.
Justice Ministry is reviewing Pchum Ben pardon requests from more than 300 prisoners.
The Justice Ministry is reviewing pardon requests from more than 300 prisoners who hope to observe Pchum Ben at home with their families.
Justice Ministry plans to draft a law on compensation for people wrongly imprisoned.
A Justice Ministry official says construction of three provincial appeal courts has begun.
A plan to join forces to set up an institute for training lawyers, judges and prosecutors.
The construction of an appeal court is expected to be completed in 2018 to speed up people’s appeal complaints.
The government is to give the Bar Association a 50 percent boost in the legal aid budget by 2018 to pay lawyers who defend the poor for free.
The Ministry of Justice is to implement a pilot project involving community sentences to reduce pretrial detention.