Siem Reap court issues an arrest warrant against a former CNRP commune chief.
A former opposition commune chief turns herself in to police.
Only peaceful dialogue can ease the political deadlock in Cambodia: Sovannara.
A CNRP activist wanted for allegedly conspiring with Sam Rainsy.
Four former CNRP members are on trial over the Clean Finger Campaign.
Supreme Court upholds a jail term handed down to a former CNRP commune chief.
Arrest warrant for former CNRP activists involving alleged coup against government.
Cambodian Human Rights Committee dismisses recommendations related to CNRP
Former CNRP leader Sam Rainsy and eight others charged for attempting to overthrow the government.
Jurists Council say the US must not meddle in the prosecution of Rainsy.
Municipal police are looking for suspects following a complaint by a former bodyguard of ex-CNRP leader Sam Rainsy.
Interior Minister orders officials to keep an eye on former CNRP activists.
Interior Minister orders to monitor former CNRP activists during Pchum Ben festival.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court has charged former CNRP leader Sam Rainsy for insulting the monarch and order for temporary detention against him.
Royal Palace Ministry issues statement condemning former opposition leader for insulting King Norodom Sihamoni.
PM says the gov’t will request all Asean member countries to arrest Sam Rainsy.
Kampong Thom police sends three former CNRP activists to court over insulting PM.
A group of former CNRP members announce that former leader Sam Rainsy will return to the Kingdom on November 9.
Kampot police arrest a former CNRP district official for defying court orders.
Interior Minister appeals to people not to fall for an opposition group’s propaganda.
Cambodia Human Rights Committee addresses concerns raised by a Japanese official, including the dissolution of CNRP.
A former opposition official says his shop faces closure.
Phnom Penh Court charges a former CNRP activist with incitement to discriminate.
Ministry dismisses a report of blacklisting 6 EU parliamentarians from the Kingdom.
Interior Minister says the Kingdom’s political stability is under threat.
As people prepare to mark the third anniversary of the murder of Kem Ley.
The government accepts 173 out of 198 recommendations made by 73 UN states.
Police investigate a complaint by a former CNRP official about a murder attempt.
Interior Minister tells officials to not underestimate CNRP supporters.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng todday told government officials to not underestimate CNRP supporters set on welcoming the return of their exiled leaders.