The head of the CNRP says commune polls can strengthen local democracy in Cambodia.
A last-minute order by the country’s electoral body has seen parties scale back rallies.
The country’s National Election Committee places restrictions on public rallies in the run-up to local elections on June 4.
Citizens must apply for a certificate confirming their identities in order to vote in commune elections on June 4.
The Ministry of Environment says the NGO doesn’t acknowledge efforts to combat the problem.
A new report fingers a company owned by tycoon Kith Meng for the smuggling.
He rejects recent threats of violence by the ruling CPP, saying his is the ‘gentle’ party.
Kem Sokha says he reached out to Trump officials, lawmakers and the large Cambodian expatriate community.
The army will suppress any protests of a ruling party win in June 4 local elections, Tea Banh says on Sunday.
The civil society group says the ban is a violation of free speech and calls for its reversal.
He says similar violence is likely to descend on Cambodia if his party loses upcoming elections.
The move comes days after a nongovernmental investigative organization issued a report on Vietnam’s trade in illegal logs from Cambodia.
The prime minister threatens an end to peace if his party is voted from power.
The Environmental Investigation Agency says kickbacks to Cambodian authorities have amounted to more than $13 million since early last November.
But an environmental group says any sand taken out of the country is done so illegally.
Deported Spanish activist says Cambodians are still dredging sand for export despite a government ban.
The prime minister should instead address ‘injustice and suffering’ in the country, he says.
They express hope their parents will be freed, despite a ruling extending their detention.
The five, already held for a year, can remain in prison for an additional six months.
Cambodia criticizes a U.S. policy it says 'splits families' by sending people to a homeland to which they have no close ties.
The son of slain environmentalist Chut Wutty reflects on the killing on its fifth anniversary.
Kem Sokha tells supporters that the elections will be better than ones held five years ago because of a revamped National Election Committee.
Vuthy Huot rejects assertions that he blended in with a group of opposition party officials to improperly access Prey Sar Prison on April 19.
Former soldier Oeuth Ang says his prison term for murdering Kem Ley does not offer an opportunity for him to reform himself.
Canceling the contract scrapped plans for more than US $800,000 in humanitarian projects.
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.