Kong Bora says he would return to work for the Agriculture Ministr.
An outspoken opposition activist was arrested on Wednesday and accused of various offences, including insulting the government, inciting discrimination and attempting to overthrow the government, after he made criticisms on Facebook.
King Norodom Sihamoni has lifted the political ban on former opposition party top adviser Kong Korm and his son Kong Bora after the duo submitted requests to the Interior Ministry last week.
Kem Sokha’s supporters slam Rainsy for planning to host a CNRP meeting in the US.
The NEC is seeking the arrest of three former opposition party officials.
Prime Minister Hun Sen warns that if the EU imposes sanctions against Cambodia it amounts to destroying the opposition party.
Kong Korm, a former top advisor to the former opposition party, and his son yesterday submitted requests to have their ban on political activity lifted following the promulgation of an amendment to the Law on Political Parties.
The King signs off on the amendment to the Law on Political Parties.
As the amendment to the Law on Political Parties awaits approval from the King, former opposition members on two sides of a leadership divide within the CNRP seem to have different plans when it comes to having their political bans lifted.
Former opposition leader Kem Sokha has called on all politicians to cease using immoral tactics in the political arena in 2019.
Interior Minister denies an accusation by Rainsy that he told the latter not to return to Cambodia following his flight to France.
The Senate is today due to debate an amendment to the Law on Political Parties.
Kong Korm says Kem Sokha and Sam Rainsy are no longer political allies.
The Supreme Court upholds two lower court verdicts to convict former opposition leader Sam Rainsy of defamation.
The Supreme Court upheld two lower court verdicts to convict former opposition leader Sam Rainsy of defamation and order him to pay about $1 million to Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Hundreds of former opposition members banned from politics could return to the arena after the National Assembly yesterday approved an amendment to the Law on Political Parties.
PM says banned opposition party members can only be allowed back upon request.
The National Assembly will hold a plenary session on Thursday to amend the Law on Political Parties that would nullify a ban on some of the 118 former opposition CNRP members barred from politics for five years.
The outright election victory of the Cambodian People’s Party, led by Prime Minister Hun Sen, has secured political stability and social order in the Kingdom.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng yesterday hinted that former opposition leader Kem Sokha could be included on a list of former opposition members who will likely soon see a five-year ban on political activity lifted.
Interior Minister says an amendment to the law on political parties is needed.
The National Assembly is reviewing a five-year ban on more than 100 members of the former opposition party, which could allow them to return to politics, following threats by the European Union to revoke the Everything-but-arms treaty.
Exiled former opposition leader Sam Rainsy has been appointed as the acting president of the dissolved CNRP pending the conclusion of the treason case against Kem Sokha.
Kem Sokha has told his lawyers that he does not support the CNRP World Conference to be held this weekend.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today blasted some people who tried to insult him and the government in order to obtain political asylum in third countries.
Former opposition leader Kem Sokha has told his lawyers that he does not support the CNRP World Conference to be held this weekend in the state of Georgia in the United States.
Four lawyers representing former opposition leader Kem Sokha received death threats in a Facebook post a week after they issued a statement condemning a bet between Sam Rainsy and Prime Minister Hun Sen over how their client’s treason case would end.
KEM Sokhon, brother of former opposition leader Kem Sokha, has been appointed secretary of state at the Ministry of Commerce.
Lawyers of Kem Sokha condemn an exchange between Sam Rainsy and Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has responded to Sam Rainsy’s dare, and accepted the wager concerning the release of Kem Sokha, who is under court supervision.