He urges villagers to remain calm while experts review suspected cases.
When found, the refugees from Vietnam’s Central Highlands will have to go through a screening process.
They hand petitions to lawmakers calling for an end to the use of violence against people, and to land grabs.
The pledge follows local interference in attempts to assess the needs and status of the group.
Supporters deliver petitions to embassies ahead of Human Rights Day.
The recent death of a homeless man in one of the facilities prompts an outcry.
Local authorities refuse to help pending instructions from Phnom Penh.
The agency wants to determine the group’s status after a month of hiding in the jungle.
It says the 13 asylum seekers should be allowed to pursue refugee claims.
Differences remain on who will appoint its members.
They say they fear being caught and repatriated home.
The party is also pushing to get a television channel up and running.
But charges against Loun Sovath remain intact.
They call for help from the UN and rights groups, fearing deportation to Vietnam.
A party leader says they may consider a boycott if election reforms are not agreed upon.
The prime minister says those charged committed ‘criminal acts.’
He says the government is losing money by allowing a private company to oversee ticket sales.