Chen Sokngeng, 26, joined the opposition in 2011 and was elected president of the CNRP youth movement for tourism in Siem Reap last year.
Return of artifacts will help preserve Khmer heritage; recovery seen as an act of encouragement’ in fight against illicit trade in antiquities.
Despite rapid economic growth, wages remain weak, with Cambodian construction workers earning as little as $2.50 a day.
At the March congress, the CNRP elected former deputy leader Kem Sokha as president, along with three vice presidents: Mu Sochua, Eng Chhay Eang, and Pol Ham.
An investigation by broadcaster Al Jazeera in the aftermath of the murder uncovered evidence that Oeut Ang had met with military officials in the weeks prior to the killing.
An $8 million fund to support business development in Cambodia would also be dissolved under the plans.
Wages on Cambodian construction sites remain stubbornly low.
Leaders from 10 countries have avoided making statements this week on a thorny maritime dispute dominated by the fast rising influence of China.
The Anlong Veng Peace Center Project is located atop Dangrek Mountain, where one of the regime’s most notorious leaders, Ta Mok, was based.
The CPP won seven out of nine council seats in Anlong Veng commune at the last election in 2012, taking more than 8,000 of the 11,500 seats nationwide.
Cambodia needs about a million tons of vegetables annually, whereas local supply only makes up about 44 percent of the demand.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has on numerous occasions expressed objections to the pursuit of further prosecutions and warned of “civil war” if international prosecutors continue to try former member of the regime.