An exiled deputy president says the party has no faith in Cambodia’s ‘damaged’ judiciary.
Cambodian authorities meanwhile step up pressure on CNRP members to defect to the ruling party.
Watchdogs say the measure restricts freedom of speech and violates the constitution.
The prime minister says international standards cannot be brought to bear on his country.
Ted Cruz reiterates a threat to ban Cambodian officials from the US if Kem Sokha is not released.
Veteran Cambodian politician, now in exile, suggests that members of Hun Sen's ruling party will be happy to see him fall.
They are warned that if they don't join, they will lose their jobs when their party is dissolved by court order.
Cambodia's government has failed to protect the country's forests, and citizens must now do the work themselves, an environmental activist says.
Police outnumber protesters outside the court amid fears of a crackdown.
The world’s biggest social network service says it has no plans to roll out the trial any further.
Exiled opposition leader Sam Rainsy says he thinks Cambodians will not be easily fooled by ruling party tactics.
Observers say the legislation could precipitate Cambodia’s slide into dictatorship.
Ted Cruz said Kem Sokha’s arrest is undermining the credibility of upcoming general elections.
Prime Minister Hun Sen defends his crackdown and accuses the opposition of violating the agreement.
Senate rubber stamps amendments that would disolve the main opposition party and give its seats in parliament to ruling party-controlled groups.
Human Rights Watch’s Brad Adams says the international community will shun Cambodia if Hun Sen dissolves the opposition ahead of 2018 elections.
He says, without providing evidence, that the CNRP engineered a deadly strike by garment workers with Washington’s help.