The release on bail of Kem Sokha was a milestone in promoting national reconciliation after more than a year of political tensions.
Former opposition leader Kem Sokha was released on bail yesterday, but will enjoy limited freedom after the court restricted his movement to a four-block radius around his Phnom Penh home.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court judge Ky Rithy has ordered former opposition leader Kem Sokha not to meet with any former CNRP officials, an individual or foreigners whom the court believed to get involved in his court case.
Australian filmmaker James Ricketson was sentenced to six years in prison on August 31. He was found guilty of espionage and collecting information considered prejudicial to the national defence.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has ordered the authorities to arrest a former CNRP official in Chamkar Mon district for spreading rumor that former opposition leader Kem Sokha would be released tomorrow.
Meach Sovannara, a former CNRP official who was released from jail after a royal pardon, yesterday vowed to return to politics to challenge Prime Minister Hun Sen’s sons following medical treatment overseas.
Meach Sovannara, ex-CNRP official who was released from prison last night, said that he will return to political life and challenge with Prime Minister Hun Sen’s sons.
King Norodom Sihamoni yesterday granted royal pardons to 14 ex-CNRP jailed for the past three years after being convicted of leading an insurrection.
Former opposition lawmaker Um Sam An says that he plans to retire from politics unless the CNRP is resurrected.
Former opposition lawmaker Um Sam An who was freed yesterday said he will no longer join politics until the dissolved CNRP would be reinstated.
His Majesty King Norodom Sihamoni issued a royal pardon for former oppositional lawmaker Um Sam An (CNRP) who was serving a prison sentence for incitement.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said that he plans to request royal pardons for 12 former members of the dissolved CNRP who remain jailed for insurrection and incitement convictions.
Firebrand political analyst Kim Sok slams the Supreme Consultative Council.
The Supreme Court yesterday denied bail to former CNRP leader Kem Sokha for the second time, leaving him jailed on treason charges for allegedly colluding with the United States to topple the government.
The demise of the CNRP is the fault of the United States, which conspired with former oppositions members to topple the government, director-general of DAP News Soy Sopheap said.
Rainsy has calls on PM to help secure the release of former CNRP leader Kem Sokha.
The NEC upholds charges against five ex-CNRP officials over election boycott campaign.
Public debates on Japan’s position on Cambodia’s July election have gained steam after Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono reportedly expressed his “disappointment” over the July 29 election.
NEC says that five former opposition members have been fined over boycott campaign.