Kem Sokha, vice president of the Cambodia National Rescue Party, said the government is harming its citizens and will face “people power” as a result.
The rally was the second day in a row that opposition supporters gathered to demand a credible investigation into allegations of election fraud or to demand another election.
The 62-page report found that Identity Certificates for Elections, which are temporary documents for voters, were issued to up to 20 percent of eligible voters by election authorities.
Brad Adams, Asia director for Human Rights Watch, called Hun Sen’s promises of improved rights in the country “the same old song.”
Tens of thousands of South Africans gathered Tuesday to bid farewell to anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela.
The people of the 21st Century are very fortunate to have had the influence of Nelson Mandela, a former ambassador says.
Authorities say they are looking into an alleged threat made to an opposition official over Facebook.
Cambodian foreign minister Hor Namhong visits Cambodia's army stationing along the border with near Preah Vihear temple.
Thousands of Cambodian opposition supporters and activists, including Buddhist monks, took to the streets Tuesday to mark International Human Rights Day.
Cambodian government marked International Anti-Corruption Day with a new commitment to relentlessly crackdown on corruption.
The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party is calling for a march through the capital and other major cities across the country, despite warnings from authorities.
The Cambodia National Rescue Party, which officially won 55 of 123 seats in the National Assembly in July, says fraudulent elections cost them a win at the polls.