About 1,000 unions are active for workers rights, in a sector that employs up to 700,000 people.
The new summons is related to a complaint filed by National Assembly President Heng Samrin, a ranking member of the ruling Cambodian People’s Party.
The Council of Ministers approved the draft law at a meeting in late November, and it is being reviewed by the Assembly’s legislative committee.
The Royal Academy for Judicial Professions says it established a committee to review and reform the selection procedure, aiming for transparency, accuracy, and fairness.
Cambodia’s leaders still have the “responsibility to protect” the country’s citizens, according to standards issued by the UN.
Taipei has taken a low-key approach but makes the same claims as China, asserting that almost all of the busy waterway is part of its territory
The senator told Australian lawmakers they should pass a resolution recognizing the current acts representing an “extremely bad sign for democracy in Cambodia.”
Cambodia and Russia are set to mark their 60th anniversary of relations next year.
Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha appealed to the party’s supporters via Facebook to remain calm and seek peaceful means to change the country.
President delivers strong message against terrorism at closing of annual ASEAN meeting and adjoining East Asia Summit
The decision to remain abroad was made after a meeting between Sam Rainsy and other senior officials from the Cambodia National Rescue Party in Manila on Friday.
Cambodia’s foreign minister defended the country’s judiciary before a group of diplomats Thursday, addressing an arrest warrant issued last week for opposition leader Sam Rainsy.