The ministry received 5,000 complaints since the beginning of 2009 from all around the country and has resolved 70 percent of them.
A donor meeting Wednesday and Thursday will focus on the government’s national development plan.
A judge says an investigation into further cases cannot take place until the court deals with its second trial.
Shareholders last week voted in favor of more transparency in payments to host countries like Cambodia.
Two men were accused of incitement in an ongoing land dispute between villagers and a powerful ruling party senator.
The order now gives officials more authority to act against squatter communities who may not be getting enough compensation.
It is not uncommon for companies to pay bonuses for concessions here, but what happened to that money remains unknown.
Opponents say nine of 11 new high-level government appointments are waste of money.
Cambodian officials in London have baulked at their challenge to openly debate environmental watchdog Global Witness.
The delegation is seeking a congressional hearing on their rights along with laws to protect ethnic Khmers in southern Vietnam.
The UNDP has projects focusing on the promotion of the parliamentary system, including training programs for National Assembly staff.
The CPP held a ceremony “for national reconciliation” and “to remember our pain” under the regime.