The group says intimidation from the ruling party will invalidate the polls.
Cambodia's Court of Appeals suspends one year of Yorm Bopha's sentence but upholds her conviction.
Noticeably absent is the country’s ruling Cambodia People’s Party.
A rights group says the program largely benefits the wealthy and powerful.
CNRP's deputy leader says he is concerned for his safety after the disturbances.
An opposition official says the law limits freedom of expression.
The vote on the law criminalizing denial of Khmer Rouge atrocities takes place without any opposition members.
The Cambodian Premier is attempting to sack opposition MPs and prosecute an opposition leader, sources say.
Workers mass outside court to press for their representatives' release.
They call on Vietnam to end persecution of their ethnic group.
At least 11 police officers and eight workers are injured in the mass violence.
Nuon Chea apologizes to victims’ families at a UN-backed court.
Women challenge a governor to keep his pledge to promptly resolve their disputes.
Mam Sonando says the authorities should adopt reforms or face poll manipulation charges.
His son had recently been promoted within the Cambodia National Rescue Party.
A UN rights envoy is accused of 'ignoring' earlier responses to international concerns.
Prince Sisowath Thomico says the ruling party wants to destroy his political career.
Supporters take to the streets of Phnom Penh in a second major rally.
Officials pledge an investigation and nationwide inspections of garment plants.
The party still demands Sam Rainsy be allowed to contest despite dropping him from their list.
Five out of eight parties are approved to field candidates in July polls.
Cambodia’s opposition head says his party is in talks for his return.
They say a delay in candidates' list is meant to push for electoral reform.
Sam Rainsy says irregularities with voter lists and ballot monitoring must be fixed.
But he will not intervene in jailed land activist Yorm Bopha’s case, his spokesman says.
Cambodia's ruling party puts 14 of its progeny up for contest in upcoming national polls.
But Chea Vichea's brother is still calling for justice in the trade unionist's assassination.
Watchdog groups will seek global support if the demands are ignored.
A Freedom House poll shows slight improvement in scores by mainland China and North Korea.
The factory employees demand better pay and improved benefits.