Meanwhile, the National Election Committee has been accused of weak enforcement of the Election law.
The reporters killed include those who supported the opposition parties, as well as the pro-government newspaper Koh Santepheap.
The charges carry a sentence of three to six months in jail and a fine of up to $500.
In a statement to the Assembly, Prime Minister Hun Sen said Cambodia had a 30-fold difference in trade imbalance.
Opposition members did not support this loan initiative because it was not clearly allocated.
The new penal code law, passed last year, has been made effective throughout the country since Nov. 12.
Cambodia goes to the polls every five years, first in national elections and then in parliamentary elections.
Thai parliament has not ruled on the meeting in part due to extreme political instability in Thailand.
Cambodia is preparing for local commune elections in 2012 and national parliamentary elections in 2013.