Vice president of newly created CNLP party talks preparation to compete in Elections.
Two former CNRP members denied their “incitement” charges.
CPP slams CNRP for calling on people to adopt and practise the “three-finger salute”.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday began the trial of two former-CNRP activists accused of insulting King Norodom Sihamoni and the Queen Mother via the Facebook post last year.
The possibility of minor political parties forming a coalition is teetering.
New “opposition” party leaders blast Rainsy, who has called their new parties “artificial opposition”.
Real Camerin: The split among CNRP leaders is due to “empty-promises”.
New “opposition” parties split from CNRP are seeking a way to create a joint coalition.
As new political parties emerge, Sokha calls on his colleagues to avoid using his name.
The Phnom Penh Court completes the trial in absentia for Sam Rainsy and 8 others.
Phnom Penh Court begins trial of Rainsy and other 21 CNRP’s former parliamentarians.
Phnom Penh Court continues the trial of Rainsy and another 65 activists.
CPP criticised the former “CNRP’s foreign policy” for 2021 announced by former opposition leader Sam Rainsy.
Sok Eysan: “rifts and divisions” between Rainsy’s and Sokha’s group cannot be hidden.
CPP: Failed attempts to return may have been staged to gain public attention.
Airline refused to let them board as gov’t refuses to validate their passports.
Phnom Penh Court continues trial of Rainsy and 65 other former opposition activists.
Gov’t refuses to validate senior opposition officials’ Khmer passports and K-class visas.
Em Sovannara says Cambodia’s politics has little chance of achieving reconciliation.
With little hope in next year’s commune election.
CPP blasts ex-CNRP leaders over their failure to return to Cambodia today as promised.
After committing to return to Cambodia on 4 January 2021, Mu Sochua and her cohorts have now rescheduled her supposed flight home to Cambodia to arrive on 17 January, 2021.
Ex-CNRP former leadership figures plan to return to the Kingdom early next year
Justice Ministry says that those who are facing court cases will be arrested.
CNRP’s former leadership orders those named in a Phnom Penh Court summons to return to Cambodia on January 4, 2021.
Phnom Penh Court issues summons for a further 68 ex-CNRP members and activists.
Ly Srey Vyna, a physician and former opposition party lawmaker, has joined the CPP.
Justice Ministry: ex-CNRP members are using US election’s results for “political gain”.
Nearly 60 senior leaders and activists of the court-dissolved CNRP were summoned to attend a trial at the Phnom Penh Court.
Ministry: CNRP supporters who participate in aiding Rainsy’s return to face legal action.