The negotiations under a new framework resume next week.
The arrest comes as three men are formally charged with the weekend murder of a reporter who probed illegal logging.
The attack follows the smuggling-linked murder of a journalist at the weekend.
The victim was believed to have investigated the illegal timber trade.
But it’s not immediately clear when parliament will start discussing the proposed legislation.
In return, the government will face a U.S. $10 million revenue loss.
The complaint alleges crimes against humanity on the civilian population.
On World Habitat Day, they converge on parliament and the prime minister’s home.
Civil society groups criticize National Assembly chief for barring public and media from commission meetings.
Many experience anemia and low body weight from not eating enough.
Prime Minister Hun Sen will leave the decision to build the project to the next generation.
They say government officials have still failed to shed light on the details of the deal.
The two countries are set to sign a resettlement agreement.
The Southeast Asian country must do better to achieve substantial reform, he says.
Human Rights Watch says Australia is 'dumping' unwanted asylum-seekers.
The committee seeks to broker a settlement between residents and a powerful developer.
The international retailers are willing to factor in any wage increase for garment workers.
Hun Sen clarifies his threat to opposition leader Kem Sokha.
The workers want a U.S. $77 monthly minimum wage increase.
They are seeking a monthly minimum wage increase to U.S. $177.
Environmental activists set up a roadblock to prevent officials from accessing the site.
They call for an independent investigation into the shooting by security forces.
They say the hydropower project will affect food security and damage the environment.
The Vietnam Rubber Group is accused of grabbing land in impoverished Southeast Asian nations.
Hun Sen's warning comes after deputy CNRP chief Kem Sokha said parliament can summon and remove corrupt government leaders.
The ruling and opposition parties are working on electoral reforms as part of a July deal.
It says the courts want to silence an upcoming wage increase campaign.
The group wants the limit debated in parliament.
Officials cite efforts to crack down on bribery and cheating as the main reason for the disappointing result.
The move shows that a power sharing deal has not extended to voting in parliament.