Last month, the United States also suspended funding for the NEC, as well as issuing visa restrictions on dozens of senior officials.
Mines and unexploded ordnance kill and injure some 100 people annually in Cambodia.
Motion requests review of preferential trade access in response to autocratic backslide
The African giant pouched rats can sniff out the deadly disease faster and as accurately as a lab.
Three witnesses testified on a wide range of issues, seeking intervention from the U.S. government to pressure Phnom Penh to reverse its crackdown.
The International Campaign to Ban Landmines says 2,089 people were killed by mines in 2016, and that only Syria and Myanmar had government forces using mines.
The authorities said they would take residents to court if they refused to move by the deadline.
The United States, European Union, and United Nations have all condemned the Cambodian government’s actions.
The E.U. had previously announced some $8 million of funding for next year’s general election.
The EU and Japan are the biggest donors to Cambodia's election commission.