Chen Sokngeng, 26, joined the opposition in 2011 and was elected president of the CNRP youth movement for tourism in Siem Reap last year.
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At the March congress, the CNRP elected former deputy leader Kem Sokha as president, along with three vice presidents: Mu Sochua, Eng Chhay Eang, and Pol Ham.
A justice spokesman said this week that Chun Chanboth would be arrested at the May hearing if he was found guilty.
Im Chaem was charged in March 2015 with crimes against humanity, including murder, extermination, enslavement, imprisonment and political persecution.
Speaking at a police academy this week, Interior Minister Sar Kheng praised the actions of the armed forces during the peaceful 2013 election.
Analysts and election observers said that Prime Minister Hun Sen was attempting to use the memory of Khmer Rouge victims to score political points.
In a letter signed, NEC said that “the selling or renting broadcast hours to political parties for disseminating policy of the parties must be done in accordance with the principle of equality.”
Allegations of land grabbing, war-mongering, even contaminated food exports – alongside abusive insults – are often leveled at the eastern neighbors.
Hundreds of opposition commune officials who had changed party allegiance since they were elected in 2012 were fired from their positions.
The North Korean regime responded to a threat of military action if it continued to test nuclear weapons technology last Friday.
Cambodians living in South Korea say they are unconcerned the trading of threats between the United States and North Korea.