About 20 of its 120 graduates, in the four-year journalism program, have gone on to pursue work as actual journalist
The capital and many other places across the country have been inundated in recent weeks.
Lao Monghay, an independent analyst, said that election officials must work harder to act as “hosts” for registrants.
At least eight journalists in Cambodia have been killed with confirmed motives since 1992.
The families say they were seeking $24,000 in compensation from developer Shukaku, Inc., and local officials.
Im Chaem spoke to VOA Khmer in an interview at her home in Anlong Veng district, Oddar Meanchey province, in July.
Surya Subedi said Cambodian leaders should consider the long-term impact on development in Cambodia if such a law were passed.
A number of rights organizations condemned the closures, but the ministry said the outlets had licenses that had lapsed by 10 years.
The clashes erupted on Friday, when excavators, protected by riot police, began tearing down the homes of a handful of residents.
In recent years, journalists have had to face a number of lawsuits or jail terms, especially under a criminalized defamation law.
One of the major points of concern for some NGOs was the mandatory registration process in the original draft.
City officials, including Governor Kep Chuktema, declined to comment on the families’ allegations.