On Wednesday, several military helicopters were seen repeatedly circling over the CNRP headquarters in Phnom Penh in an apparent show of strength.
The complaint alleges Hun Manet and Cambodian government officials are guilty of crimes against humanity, including torture, illegal detention, terrorism and illegal imprisonment.
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Thak Lany has been charged with defamation by Hun Sen after she allegedly made comments that connected Hun Sen with the murder of popular political analyst Kem Ley.
Election registration opens on September 1 through November 29, with local elections scheduled for June 4, 2017, and a general election slated for July 2018.
Grassroots Democracy party providing an alternative to 'top down' politics.
Parliamentary systems often operate with shadow cabinets so that an effective opposition can be seen to publicly scrutinize the work of government ministries.
During the forum Hun Sen acknowledged the lack of action on the part of government to protect Cambodia’s forests, rivers and other ecosystems.
Pa Nguon Teang was questioned by the Phnom Penh Municipal Court as a witness in an ongoing case against the deputy leader of the country’s main opposition party.
The CNRP’s president, Sam Rainsy, and its deputy leader, Kem Sokha, both face ongoing legal proceedings that could lead to imprisonment.
Under article 104 of the constitution, senators are protected from prosecution, detention and arrest stemming from “opinions expressed in the exercise of his/her duties”.
Um Sam An, an American citizen, was detained in April after he made comments on Facebook about the line of demarcation between Cambodia and Vietnam.