New Justice Minister is urged to improve judiciary resolution of pending cases.
The Council of Ministers has asked Justice Minister to be questioned.
US Ambassador meets with Justice Minister to discuss the Kingdom’s judicial system.
Justice Min is ordered to look into releasing activists allegedly colluding with Rainsy.
Pech Sonet is in prison on multiple convictions including a robbery which claimed the life of her husband.
Justice Minister briefs on the progress of the Kingdom’s judicial reforms.
Justice Minister briefs National Assembly on Kingdom’s judicial reforms, highlighting improvements to out-of-court settlements.
Justice Minister Ang Vong Vathana will lead a meeting today to review requests for pardons or sentence reductions.
Justice Minister Ang Vong Vathana will lead a meeting tomorrow to review requests for pardons or sentence reductions from 252 prisoners, including 16 women, to coincide with Visak Bochea Day on May 18.
Justice Minister Ang Vong Vathana and the National Commission for the Evaluation of Prisoners will review the pardon requests of prisoners for Visak Bochea Day.
Justice Minister to discuss the reduction of sentences and pardons, for 460 prisoners.
Phnom Penh Court summons Rainsy over allegations that he insulted the King.
The Justice Minister has ordered Phnom Penh Municipal Court to take legal action against former opposition leader Sam Rainsy for accusing King Norodom Sihamoni of issuing an election letter under duress.
Justice Minister orders the Phnom Penh Municipal Court to legal actions against Sam Rainsy for accusing King Norodom Sihamoni of issuing a letter under duress.
Justice Minister will lead a meeting today to review and evaluate 228 prisoners.
Justice Minister reviews over 300 prisoners’ pardon requests for the Khmer New Year.
The Justice Minister urges court officials to work independently, responsibly and ethically to strengthen the judicial system.
Child sex tourism is continuing to damage the lives of young Cambodians, while the internet is enabling perpetrators to carry out abuse, the Justice Minister has warned.
A man has been charged with forcing his children to beg at Bokor traffic lights in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district, as the Justice Minister called for tougher legal action against those who exploit young people to earn money.