Phnom Penh Court has issued a statement saying that former opposition leader Kem Sokha is currently under court supervision.
Government has lashed out at a European Parliament resolution passed that calls for Kem Sokha’s treason charges to be dropped and human rights to be restored.
Former opposition leader Kem Sokha was released on bail yesterday, but will enjoy limited freedom after the court restricted his movement to a four-block radius around his Phnom Penh home.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court judge Ky Rithy has ordered former opposition leader Kem Sokha not to meet with any former CNRP officials, an individual or foreigners whom the court believed to get involved in his court case.
PM reiterates that there will be no negotiation between him and Sam Rainsy during his scheduled visits to Europe and US.
Former opposition member Nop Bunhor has decided to join the ruling CPP after Prime Minister Hun Sen ordered his arrest for spreading rumours of Kem Sokha’s release from prison, where he remains jailed on treason charges.
Police seize copies of an unauthorised book written by former opposition Ponhearith.
A Phnom Penh Court judge extends former opposition leader Kem Sokha’s pre-trial detention by another six months on the grounds that Mr Sokha’s release could endanger public order.
PM orders police to arrest a former opposition official for spreading rumours.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has ordered the authorities to arrest a former CNRP official in Chamkar Mon district for spreading rumor that former opposition leader Kem Sokha would be released tomorrow.
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Former opposition lawmaker Um Sam An says that he plans to retire from politics unless the CNRP is resurrected.
A hearing on former opposition president Kem Sokha’s continued detention on treason charges will be held on Thursday in Tboung Khmum province’s Trapeang Phlong prison.
Constitutional Court confirms election victory.
Former opposition lawmaker Um Sam An who was freed yesterday said he will no longer join politics until the dissolved CNRP would be reinstated.
His Majesty King Norodom Sihamoni issued a royal pardon for former oppositional lawmaker Um Sam An (CNRP) who was serving a prison sentence for incitement.
Phnom Penh Court deputy prosecutor questions Australian filmmaker James Ricketson about his connection to Sam Rainsy
The demise of the CNRP is the fault of the United States, which conspired with former oppositions members to topple the government, director-general of DAP News Soy Sopheap said.
Prime Minister Hun Sen meets with representatives of various political parties that contested the national election to forge the Supreme Consultative Council.