Locals in Battambang are asking the CNRP chief to help them get a sewage pipe built after construction had to be scrapped.
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, the opposition CNRP and a US senator express concern over government crackdown on critical media and an NGO.
Khieu Kanharith denies the government is trying to shut down critical media outlets.
Government officials react strongly after the US Embassy questioned Cambodia’s commitment to democracy.
The government orders the US-funded National Democratic Institute to close and gives foreign staff a week to leave the country.
The Ministry of Information closes down multiple radio stations that have been renting airtime to the opposition CNRP.
The upcoming general election next July could have a ripple effect on the country’s financial sector, though not big.
The government is shutting down US-funded non-governmental organisation National Democratic Institute and orders its foreign staff to leave the country.
A workshop on internal and external communications allegedly involved more than just capacity building.
CNRP leader Kem Sokha is taking aim at the ruling party, saying his party will not to hand out money or offer positions to win support.
Leaked documents claim a United States-funded organisation gives advice to the opposition CNRP.
The opposition CNRP meets Rhona Smith, urging her to recognise and raise the issue of political suppression.
The Court of Appeal is upholding the lower court’s sentencing of former CNRP leader Sam Rainsy to 20 months in jail.
CNRP lawmakers suggest amendments allowing migrant workers to register and vote abroad.
The opposition CNRP has said it is not responsible for the actions of people linking the party to convicted criminals.
National Defence Minister General Tea Banh warns opposition supporters of legal action.
Analysts claim the charges against Nhek Bunchhay may not even have legal standing.
A former CNRP lawmaker candidate is defecting to the fledgling Khmer Power Party.
Prime Minister Hun Sen is warning the CNRP to rein in supporters after rumours of his death.
Cambodia National Rescue Party reveals new banners following a ban on imagery of former leader Sam Rainsy.
CNRP and Sam Rainsy Party will meet to discuss changing their logos in line with amendments to the Law on Political Parties.
Sam Rainsy is an incompetent coward who frequently deploys populist propaganda to gain popularity without consideration for national cohesion, happiness of the people and the lives of his followers.
Cambodia’s Royal Academy has supported changes to the Law on Political Parties which exclude from politics anyone with a criminal conviction.
Preventing spoiled ballots and improving complaint resolution were top of the agenda when the NEC met to discuss improving polls.
The National Assembly passed amendments to the political parties law yesterday.
Supporters of Kem Ley came from near and far to mark the first anniversary of his murder
Newly elected councillors in Poipet commune, the main commune in Banteay Meanchey’s Poipet city, will officially take office today.
CNRP is calling for an investigation after a commune office burnt to the ground.
The CPP again appears to be further alienating Sam Rainsy from politics.
A 50-year-old disabled man has been voted commune chief in Siem Reap province.