Mohamed Zaree is one of the several prominent Egyptian activists and human rights workers who are banned from travel over allegations of harming national security.
Cambodia’s garment sector employs some 700,000 people, mostly women, and created exports worth more than $6 billion last year, according to industry figures.
The dissolution of the CNRP could leave the Cambodian People’s Party unopposed in parliament.
Mike Godwin is an American lawyer working on Internet freedom and Internet laws and policy for over two decades in various parts of the world, including Cambodia.
One of Sokha’s lawyers said they had decided to walk out of the courtroom after the judge rejected a request to delay proceedings until Sokha could attend.
Kem Sokha was arrested on September 3 and later charged with treason-related offenses for allegedly conspiring with a foreign power to overthrow the government in a “color revolution”.
The International Justice Mission study of 260 fishermen from Myanmar and Cambodia found 38 percent were clearly trafficked and another 49 percent possibly trafficked.
Last week, the group circulated Taiwanese trade figures that showed imports of silica sand dwarfed Cambodia’s recorded exports by $30 million.
Findings prompt calls for stronger labor rights, improved governance of migrants, action to address root causes of debt bondage and better victim identification.
Radio Free Asia last week announced the closure of its news bureau in Cambodia after 20 years of operation.
Diplomatic efforts have so far failed to halt the county's descent into authoritarianism ahead of elections next year.
For many, the closure of the paper after almost 25 years was heartbreaking and marked a dramatic attack on freedom of the press.