In December City Hall erased a huge mural on the side of the capital’s famous White Building and a large amount off street art at Pannasastra University.
The government points to an exception to this rule, which allows arrest and detention in cases where lawmakers are caught in flagrante delicto—in the act of committing a crime.
The first round of talks will take place in August 2017, according to a statement from the Ministry of Labor, followed by further discussions in September of that year.
The CNRP was preparing to stage the symbolic event after Kem Sokha, the party’s deputy president, has faced several allegations that have gone to court, including defamation and solicitation.
Cambodia is in the process of a dramatic digital transition: the number of Internet users grew from about 320,000 in 2010 to 6.7 million by the end of 2015.
On May 26, armed police attempted to detain Kem Sokha after he missed a Phnom Penh Municipal Court appearance.
Many had ended up in debt to loan sharks and selling the land they received in compensation in order to pay off the debts.
The CNRP said the CPP’s actions “contradicted the principle of Article 51 of the Constitution, which states that powers are separated between the legislature, executive and judiciary.”
The CNRP said it had collected more than 170,000 thumbprints of supporters who wanted King Norodom Sihamoni to intervene in the ongoing political turmoil in Cambodia.
The mural took 63 painters from the most famous school of political artistry in North Korea and two years to complete.
The book brings together more than 35 scholars on Cambodia, including several Cambodian researchers.
The Learning Centre for the History of Khao I Dang pays tribute to an important waypoint in the Cambodian exodus and an enduring symbol of the international humanitarian response to the crisis.