Interior Minister says the Kingdom’s political stability is under threat.
Huge crowds march demanding the ruling military hand over power to civilians.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng on Saturday said the dissolution of the former opposition party was done as a result of their mass demonstrations after the 2013 national election.
The Labour Ministry has reported a sharp drop in the number of strikes and demonstrations involving garment workers last year.
City Hall reiterates its stance prohibiting any demonstrations to maintain order.
As pro-women NGOs prepare to rally during the upcoming International Women’s Rights Day
A senior official is urging further cooperation for the prevention of strikes and demonstrations among factory workers.
Nicaraguan students taunted President Daniel Ortega with shouts of “murderer” as he spoke at an event after deadly demonstrations.
Phnom Penh City Hall says that strikes and protests increased last year.
CPP denounces protests by Cambodian-American citizens to free Kem Sokha.
Military police in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district arrest a man accused of scattering anti-government leaflets in the capital.
Cambodia asks for South Korean help in training forces to counter strikes, protests.
The National Police deploy 3,000 police forces to prevent terrorism and demonstrations during the Water Festival.
Garment factory demonstrations and strikes have significantly dropped this year.
Prime Minister Hun Sen warns of legal action against the CNRP over 2014 demonstrations that left at least four dead and dozens injured.
Political analysts and social researchers say Cambodia is vulnerable to regime change movements seen in post-Soviet nations and the Arab Spring.