PM Hun Sen says he would seek pardons for former opposition CNRP members who have been convicted of crimes.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court investigating judge extends the detention of former opposition CNRP leader Kem Sokha.
PM Hun Sen reacts to the United States imposing aid cuts on Cambodia, saying the move was politically motivated.
At the Youth Volunteer Doctors’ congregation, PM says that he is open to political dialogue with oppositional parties.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court issues a warrant to temporarily seize Rainsy’s property.
Government officials and business leaders say economic sanctions from the European bloc are an unlikely scenario.
EU threatens Cambodia with economic sanctions after the ruling party said it had won every seat in a Senate election.
The minor political parties that fell short of winning any Senate seats issue statements that they support the election results.
Bilateral relations between Cambodia and Australia are longstanding and mutually beneficial. And so is the relationship between Australia and Asean.
The US and the EU have taken a gradual approach to put pressure on Cambodia. They have threatened to impose economic sanctions if the political development is not reversed and democracy is not restored.
A Malaysian artist and prominent opposition activist was jailed for a month.
NEC says that 3 parties standing for Senate election have done very little campaigning.
Court is reviewing a lawsuit against former opposition leader Rainsy and four others.
The National Assembly’s spokesman dismisses a statement released by CNRP.
PM slams Rainsy for filing a lawsuit against Facebook allegations of “false likes”.
PM Hun Sen vowes to keep former opposition leader Sam Rainsy out of the country’s political sphere until the day he dies.
The Supreme Court upholds the 30-month prison sentence against Um Sam An.
Jailed former opposition party leader Kem Sokha was brought to the Court of Appeals on Thursday morning for a hearing on his application for bail.
The Court of Appeals will conduct a closed door bail hearing on Thursday for the first time with Kem Sokha, the former president of the main opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party, present in the room.…
Kenyan authorities shut down television.
Rainsy says his new Cambodia National Rescue Movement intends to help the dissolved CNRP join the upcoming general election and unite opposition figures.
The jailed information chief of the former CNRP has urged the party’s two former presidents, Kem Sokha and Sam Rainsy, to support a new generation of opposition.
Interior Minister warns Sam Rainsy and others over the launch of the new Cambodia National Rescue Movement.
The Phnom Penh court has set December 29 for the trial on defamation charges of former opposition leader Sam Rainsyز
Moving forward, so long as the CPP leadership is committed to maintaining a democratic regime, it is imperative that doing business as usual won’t help.
National Defence Minister General Tea Banh warns opposition supporters of legal action.