Circus artists in Cambodia attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest performance. (Photo by Scott Sharick)
Mao Ayuth was also a secretary of state at the Information Ministry.
A statement dated Wednesday said that visitors are banned from April 7 through April 20.
The NagaCorp project included a 500-room luxury hotel, a “China Town”, and artificial gardens and waterways – all constructed less than a kilometer from the Angkor park.
Allegations include insulting Buddhist monks, under Article 516 of the Criminal Code, Article 496 for incitement, and Article 233, which deals with death threats.
Following outrage over the video, Duong Chhay, 31, took to Facebook Live to accuse his former wife of having provoked his violence.
NagaCorp said the project would be the only “truly integrated resort close to Angkor Wat in Siem Reap” and would be built on a 75-hectare land plot leased by the Apsara National Authority through a 50-year lease.
More than 100 pieces acquired by the late Douglas Latchford will be housed in Phnom Penh after three years of negotiations between his daughter and the Cambodian government.
Campaigners have noted improvements in gender equality in Cambodia, which ranked 89th on the World Economic Forum's Global Gender Gap Index in 2020 compared to 112th in 2016.
Veasna So once described himself as a “queer boy, a Khmer-American son of former refugees, a failed computer scientist, a grotesque parody of the model minority, and a graduate of Stanford University.”
The new restrictions were issued by the Health Ministry on Sunday because Hungary’s foreign minister tested positive for the coronavirus after visiting Cambodia last week.