Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said a bet between him and Sam Rainsy over the future of Kem Sokha’s treason case does not violate the judicial process.
Rhona Smith calls on the courts to drop treason charges against Kem Sokha.
A lawyer for former opposition leader Kem Sokha, who is currently on bail as his treason case progresses, has called on Phnom Penh Municipal Court to conclude its investigation and grant his client permission to pursue medical treatment overseas.
Kem Sokha’s lawayer has called on Phnom Penh Municipal Court to conclude its investigation and grant his client permission to pursue medical treatment overseas.
Sam Rainsy again says that Vietnam’s Montagnards will unite with Cambodia.
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.
Deputy prosecutor suggested the Australian filmmaker also be convicted of treason.
Meach Sovannara, ex-CNRP official who was released from prison last night, said that he will return to political life and challenge with Prime Minister Hun Sen’s sons.
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.
The Supreme Court yesterday denied bail to former CNRP leader Kem Sokha for the second time, leaving him jailed on treason charges for allegedly colluding with the United States to topple the government.
The Supreme Court today denied bail to former CNRP leader Kem Sokha, leaving him jailed on treason charges for allegedly conspiring with the US to topple the government.
Rainsy has calls on PM to help secure the release of former CNRP leader Kem Sokha.
Former opposition members launch a Facebook campaign for the release of Kem Sokha.
The head of the Cambodian Centre for Human Rights appears for questioning.
The Appeal Court denies bail to former CNRP leader Kem Sokha for the second time, leaving him jailed on treason charges.
Investigating judge at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court, Ky Rithy, summoned eight more witnesses in the trial of jailed opposition leader Kem Sokha, who stands accused of treason.
PM insists that Kem Sokha must remain in jail on treason charges.
Phnom Penh Court continues to investigate treason allegations levelled against Rainsy.
The Supreme Court upholds two lower court decisions to extend the detention of CNRP president Kem Sokha.