Lu Lay Sreng returns to the Kingdom after pleading for mercy from PM.
PM says he is allowing exiled government critic Lu Lay Sreng to return to the Kingdom.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has allowed exiled government critic Lu Lay Sreng to return to the Kingdom before the Khmer New Year after his request.
Lu Lay Sreng has asked PP to have him pardoned and allow him to return home before the upcoming Khmer New Year.
A former deputy PM appeals to the CPP and the dissolved CNRP party to negotiate.
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.
Funcinpec files another lawsuit against former deputy prime minister Lu Lay Sreng.
A lawyer for the Prime Minister appears in court to discuss a lawsuit against Lu Lay Sreng.
A lawyer representing the Prime Minister is summoned to discuss a defamation lawsuit.
Lawyers for Prime Minister Hun Sen, the Justice Ministry and Funcinpec party file three defamation lawsuits against former deputy prime minister Lu Lay Sreng.
Former deputy prime minister Lu Lay Sreng flees to Thailand after Prime Minister Hun Sen and Prince Norodom Ranariddh threaten him with a defamation complaint.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and Funcinpec party president Prince Norodom Ranariddh will file complaints against former deputy prime minister Lu Lay Sreng for defamation.
Hun Sen dismissed proposal to create law granting prime ministers immunity.