Phnom Penh Court sentences a man to three years in prison for insulting the King.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court charges a 26-year-old man for insulting and threatening to kill King Norodom Sihamoni.
Police in Siem Reap arrest a senior citizen over the weekend for allegedly insulting the King on social media.
Senate President and acting head of state Say Chhum signs a Penal Code amendment that punishes for insulting the King.
The National Assembly’s spokesman dismisses a statement released by CNRP.
The National Assembly approved an amendment to the Penal Code allowing prison sentences for anyone insulting the King.
The National Assembly will hold an extraordinary session on Wednesday.
Anyone who insults the King will face from one to five years in jail and a fine from $500 to $12,500 if the amendment is passed.
PM Hun Sen says the Council of Ministers would hold a meeting today.