Former opposition leader Sam Rainsy claims CNRP president Kem Sokha is no longer able to lead the party alone.
CNRP leaders will discuss their next move after the Supreme Court gives the opposition 20 days to submit evidence against the Interior Ministry’s request to dissolve the party.
The Interior Minister decides to delete 22 political parties from its official register ahead of the national election next year.
The Ministry of Interior is launching an investigation into CNRP funding after a leaked document alleges the party receives funds from a foreign organisation.
The Interior Ministry files a Supreme Court complaint requesting the dissolution of nine parties accused of flouting their obligations.
The opposition CNRP has said it is not responsible for the actions of people linking the party to convicted criminals.
The Khmer National United Party will hold congress after several members were sacked.
Controversial amendments to the Law on Political Parties signed into law by acting head of state Say Chhum.
Amendments to Law on Political Parties aimed only at ending the career of Sam Rainsy.
Royal Academy of Cambodia has denied claims organisation is serving CPP interests.
CNRP and Sam Rainsy Party will meet to discuss changing their logos in line with amendments to the Law on Political Parties.
Cambodia’s Royal Academy has supported changes to the Law on Political Parties which exclude from politics anyone with a criminal conviction.
Sam Rainsy’s political life was on the brink of oblivion yesterday after the Senate backed changes to the Law on Political Parties.
The National Assembly passed amendments to the political parties law yesterday.
The CPP again appears to be further alienating Sam Rainsy from politics.