The courts have selected more than 2,000 civil party participants for the upcoming trial of the four jailed Khmer Rouge leaders.
The pagoda was built by Cambodians in 1998 on land claimed by Cambodia.
Organizations are worried the new law, which seeks tighter regulations, would inhibit the growth and develop of the country.
The Sam Rainsy Party is preparing for the next elections, but whether or not its leader will join them remains an open question.
The Cambodian government denied the findings of an annual Human Rights Watch report.
Nuon Chea is now awaiting an atrocity crimes trial at the UN-backed Khmer Rouge tribunal.
Anemia is a condition in which the body does not have enough healthy red blood cells, which bring oxygen to body tissues.
Sam Chankea was charged with defamation, in May 2010, after giving an interview to Radio Free Asia on a land dispute case.
The investigation stems from a drunk driving accident that injured three people on a motorcycle.
The rotation of all 26 seats is determined by the amount of money candidates paid during the election campaign in 2008.
The residents of the neighborhood, known as Dey Krahorm, called for Prime Minister Hun Sen to step down from power.