Kem Sokha tells supporters that the elections will be better than ones held five years ago because of a revamped National Election Committee.
A reporter accompanies a group visiting Prey Sar prison, angering authorities.
The members of the group, who have failed to obtain refugee status from the United Nations, are voluntarily returning to their homeland.
The Cambodia National Rescue Party is trying to placate the Ministry of Interior so that it accepts its lawmakers as party leaders.
Premier Hun Sen implies that former opposition party chief Sam Rainsy is like the greedy beggar in a popular folktale.
The five have been held for nearly a year on bribery charges in Prey Sar Prison.
But observers say the allegations are unsubstantiated and ‘nothing new’ from Hun Sen’s government.
He pulled his gun after a fellow officer tried to break up a dispute at the checkpoint.
A video shows Sam Sokha hurling her footwear at a Cambodian People’s Party billboard featuring a photo of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
The money will go towards strengthening the NEC’s work in elections this year and next.
China is Cambodia’s top donor, but questions abound over lack of transparency.
He dismisses critics who say the money should be used for more crucial infrastructure projects.
The Cambodia National Rescue Party has re-endorsed Kem Sokha as party president.
The NEC says the surveys foment social chaos and threatened legal action.
The ministry refutes the CNRP's claim that both sides were in agreement over the party's extraordinary congress.
The opposition says the Ministry of Interior has acknowledged its leadership changes.
Neither believes former soldier Oueth Ang was solely responsible for Kem Ley’s death.