Cambodian officials say they expect to begin initiating a 2009 law in April to bring the country in line with international standards.
Some callers to Monday night’s 'Hello VOA' program pointed to weak law enforcement and corrupt police.
A coalition of factory unions met Tuesday over the draft law, currently under consideration at the Ministry of Labor.
Cambodian women face a wide range of obstacles in their educational development.
Seven Phnom Penh officials led by Deputy Governor Noun Someth sat with 35 lake residents to discuss options.
Matthew Harland, 38, was arrested in May last year and charged with for buying sex from an 11-year-old and a 12-year-old in 2006.
Cambodia has more than 3,000 non-governmental organizations, which bolster government functions in a variety of sectors.
Surya Subedi says his visit produced mixed bag of results, with limited government cooperation on measures for judicial reforms.
Subedi told reporters Thursday a functioning democracy required an effective opposition.
Surya Subedi, the human rights special representative for the UN secretary-general, is on a 10-day mission that ends later this week.
Meanwhile, Surya Subedi, the UN’s special envoy for human rights is in Cambodia to assess the courts.
The uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia surprised the world, deposing two long-term autocrats and sparking similar unrest across Arab states.