Sources close to the court say both judges have been approved by the Supreme Council of Magistracy and by the king of Cambodia.
Mam Sonando, who spoke to VOA Khmer from Switzerland, denied the allegations, but he said he would return to Cambodia next month.
According to documents obtained by VOA Khmer, Hun Sen has signed concessions on more than 65,000 hectares of land.
“I faced hardship,” he told VOA Khmer at the US State Department recently, where he was honored for his work.
Patrick Devillers is currently in the custody of the Cambodian immigration police.
Foreign Minister Hor Namhong told reporters Friday that Patrick Devillers will remain in Cambodian custody.
Patrick Devillers was arrested June 13 in Phnom Penh at China's request.
Devillers was arrested June 13 in Phnom Penh at the request of China, Cambodian officials said.
The report noted ongoing corruption at all levels of government, which thwarts efforts to crack down on trafficking.
Patrick Devillers, 52, reportedly lives in Phnom Penh and owns land in the coastal town of Kep.
The independent monitoring organization counted 3,000 irregularities at 5,810 polling stations in last month’s local elections.
A rights activist said Friday an investigation into the killing of environmental activist Chut Wutty in April had made some progress.