Hun Sen appeared to be referring to remarks made Wednesday on VOA Khmer by Adhoc activist Ny Chakrya, following clashes between evictee protesters and security forces.
Around 80 citizen journalists from around Cambodia held a meeting in Phnom Penh Wednesday, in a first-ever networking event for a new kind of reporter in the country.
Rights groups are calling for the release of three opposition activists who have been held in detention since violent clashes with security forces in July.
Hundreds of housing rights protesters and evictees clashed with security forces outside Phnom Penh on Monday, leaving at least nine people with minor injuries.
The National Human Rights Commission of Thailand recently investigated allegations that villagers were forced from their homes to make way for three plantations companies.
Some 200 former residents of the Borei Keila development attended Tuesday’s meeting.
A United Nations-backed war crimes tribunal in Cambodia has handed down long awaited guilty verdicts against two aging leaders of the Khmer Rouge regime.
Two Khmer Rouge Leaders Convicted and Sentenced to Life in Prison
On Wednesday police rolled up concertina wire that had been used as part of a blockade in force since violent protests in January, opening the park.
The appeal comes as an increasing number of Cambodian women are finding their way into Chinese marriages and becoming victims of human trafficking.
In Thailand, its not uncommon for parents to bring their children to work; one company, in-collaboration with other organizations, address safety concerns.
Following nearly five hours of meetings between top opposition officials and Prime Minister Hun Sen, that deadlock has ended.