Interior Minister appeals to people not to fall for an opposition group’s propaganda.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today cautioned that a former opposition member will face arrest if he keeps insulting him and Interior Minister Sar Kheng.
Sudanese security forces raided the head office of a leading opposition group on Saturday, a day before huge protests that are planned to demand a transition to civilian rule, witnesses and a spokesman for the group said.
In a show of solidarity following criticism from former CNRP officials.
The Gov’t Spokespersons Unit calls Rainsy’s comments incitement to commit violence.
CPP slams the US for criticising the government over perceived political restrictions.
Interior Minister calls on the public to ignore former opposition party rhetoric.
The recalcitrant opposition’s repeated call on the military to partake in the regime change aims to divide and destabilize the country. It is necessary for the government to take strict measures to prevent the potential emergence of “watermelon” soldiers.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng on Saturday called on the public to ignore former opposition party rhetoric, comparing the now-dissolved party’s “positive change” message to the Khmer Rouge.
Five former opposition party members are questioned.
Former party members questioned for allegedly violating Supreme Court decision.
Interior Minister calls exiled former opposition leader Rainsy a “pretend patriot”.
More than 100 opposition activists protested in central Bangkok on Sunday.
Senior member of the former CNRP defended their decision to have their political ban lifted as they want to see a political solution.
PM highlights the move to give former opposition party members a return.
Five more former opposition members have filed requests to Interior Minister Sar Kheng in order to return to politics.
Government lawyer Ky Tech reveals that PM has filed a lawsuit against Sar Chandeth.
Phnom Penh Court issues multiple arrest warrants against former opposition leaders.
Former opposition lawmaker Riel Khemarin has filed a request to Interior Ministry Sar Kheng to have his political ban lifted.
PM says his lawyers are preparing to file dozens of lawsuits against Rainsy.
Prime Minister Hun Sen said that his lawyers have prepared to file dozens of lawsuits against former opposition leader Sam Rainsy over insulting and will seek to seize all of his property for compensation.
A former opposition party activist reveals that 6 CNRP activists have fled the country.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday threatened to close the doors on former opposition party members who are contemplating filing a request to have their ban on politics lifted.
Former opposition party member Sim Sovanny has become the latest to have his ban on politics lifted after he made a request to Prime Minister Hun Sen on Thursday.
Government critics rarely denounce tactics of opposition leaders, says Prak Sokhonn.
PM Hun Sen taunts opposition groups who wish to see him dead.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court has concluded its investigation into two criminal cases of incitement and insult against former opposition leader Sam Rainsy.
Foreign Affairs Min. rebukes the US embassy for saying Sokha was arrested unjustly.
Sudan’s main opposition groups issued their first joint call for President Omar al-Bashir to step down.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry on Saturday issued a statement slamming comments condemning the government made by former opposition leader Sam Rainsy on Facebook.