The amendments to the law will give more power to the head of the Anti-Corruption Body, which has executive power.
Some 42 families had contested his claim to the land, beginning in 2003, but lost their claim to a lower court in 2004.
Air France’s Flight 274 will fly three times per week with a stop in Bangkok.
Sihanouk led Cambodia’s bid to regain Preah Vihear temple from Thai occupation in 1962 through the International Court of Justice.
North Korean senior military delegation firstly visited Cambodia in 1995 and this visit is secondly since 1995.
Some say the connection between rural and urban areas across borders in the Mekong countries can help boost economies across the region.
Cambodia has said it will not consider a bilateral solution—something Thailand prefers—and has asked for third-party monitoring.
Families say they were pushed from 352 hectares of land and forced to relocate to Preah Sihanouk province.
Cambodia has at least 62 unions that represent many of the nation’s 300,000 factory laborers.
Opponents say the dam could be damaging to the ecology of the river and the livelihoods of the people who rely on it.
Thai and Cambodian officials have yet to fully agree on an upcoming meeting, which Indonesia wants to host later this month or in April.
The changes to the law come as officials work to bring it into full effect, including a declaration of assets by public servants.