The $2.3 billion project is the third such dam Laos is building on the Lower Mekong mainstream, much to the dismay of environmental groups and downstream communities who stand to be affected.
Acleda Bank this week changed its logo in a nationwide operation that cost the bank more than $3 million.
The Khmer-language film, “First They Killed My Father”, had a cast and crew of some 3,500 Cambodians and was produced for Netflix and was filmed in Cambodia last year.
Annual report says civic groups in region “relentlessly threatened” amid rights set-backs over past year.
Cambodia observers said this week that the country could learn a lot from the current uncertainties in the United States since the election.
The court found that Chaem did not fall under their jurisdiction because she was not a senior leader of the Khmer Rouge or one of the most responsible officials.
After the regional stakeholder meeting this month there will be a field visit to Pak Beng in April.
The legislation was passed by a unanimous vote of the ruling in the National Assembly amid an opposition boycott of proceedings.
The film is an adaptation of the memoir of Loung Ung, an author, which describes her traumatic early life under the Khmer Rouge between 1975 and 1979.
Pak Beng, a $1.88-billion dam about 1,540 kilometers (960 miles) from the Cambodia-Laos border, would be the third dam Laos is building on the lower Mekong mainstream.