Two former CNRP members denied their “incitement” charges.
Chhun made claiming that Cambodia had ceded land to Vietnam.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday sentenced Suong Sophorn, the president of the Khmer Win Party, to 20 months in prison with a combined fine of about $51,000, after being found guilty of “incitement”.
Court continues the trial for union chief Rong Chhun and two of his supporters.
Official: 1,343 cases of fake news, incitement and insults on social media last year.
Appeal Court denies bail for a man over defaming words of PM.
More than 30 opposition activists appear at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court.
CFJ claimed political activist Kong Raiya was unjustly convicted.
Police arrest author of a FB post which said “Angkor Wat does not belong to Khmer”.
Soung Sophorn is charged with inciting chaos and causing insecurity to society.
Kong Mas is released after serving his 18-month jail term for incitement.
Phnom Penh Court detains a journalist and publisher over alleged incitement.
Phnom Penh Court sentences a former monk to 18 months in prison after he was found guilty of incitement.
Phnom Penh Court charges a former CNRP activist with incitement to discriminate.
Phnom Penh Court charges activist Kong Raiya with incitement to commit a felony.
Interior minister files a complaint against Rainsy for incitement to commit felony.
A FB user who was charged with incitement to commit a crime asks for clemency.
Man charged with incitement to commit felony after he posted messages insulting Prime Minister.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday jailed Facebook personality Pheng Vannak pending an upcoming trial after he was charged on Tuesday with incitement to commit a crime and public defamation.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court today jailed Facebook personality Pheng Vannak pending an upcoming trial after he was charged on Tuesday with incitement to commit a crime and public defamation.
11 people are sent to court over allegations that they incited villagers to occupy state and private land, official says.
Court drops an incitement charge against a former unionist who allegedly called on the EUto impose sanctions against Cambodia.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court has concluded its investigation into two criminal cases of incitement and insult against former opposition leader Sam Rainsy.
A member of the Khmer National Liberation Front (KNLF) left Prey Sar prison on Tuesday (Nov.20) after serving his sentence.
Pursat police sends two journalists to the court over allegations of incitement.
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.
Political analyst Kim Sok says that he remained critical of the government.
Kampong Thom Court charges former military police officer with public defamation.
Two Mother Nature activists who were convicted of incitement are released from prison after completing their prison terms.