The prime minister cites a need for stability amid 'treacherous' acts by the opposition.
Fifteen months before his arrest, Kem Sokha urged his followers to continue to struggle for non-violent positive change should he lose his freedom.
The paper maintained that the debt was politically motivated ahead of next year’s elections.
The decision to proceed with his trial comes amid a deluge of international condemnation for his arrest.
Hun Sen government accuses Kem Sokha of conspiring to carry out regime change under U.S. guidance.
Cambodia PM Hun Sen, Lao counterpart Thongloun Sisolith hold second meeting since border flare up.
They say the government’s measures are ‘deeply concerning' for the fate of Cambodian democracy.
The announcement follows recent moves to limit foreign broadcasting and restrict opposition voices in the country.
They ask Prime Minister Hun Sen for guarantees that floodgate tests will not force them from their ancestral land.
They pledge to follow their contracts if allowed to reopen.
The Ministry of Interior says it would have acted on a Thai arrest warrant.
A spokesperson says government actions were ‘legal’ and based on sovereignty.
Supreme Court issues arrest warrant.
The Ministry of Information claims that the moves were based on law and not politically motivated.
Observers say the moves are part of a wider clampdown ahead of a general election next year.
He also threatens to ban an election monitoring group and probe their sources of funding.
Villagers clash with security forces in front of the land ministry in Phnom Penh, with some sustaining injuries.
The UN special envoy on human rights in Cambodia discusses her takeaways from a recent 10-day visit to the country.
Rhona Smith says the comments from government officials ‘have no place’ in society.
The US-based NGO says it is non-partisan and partners with ‘all major political parties.’
A Cambodian lawyer describes his experiences representing defendants against government-backed plaintiffs.
Boeung Kak Lake residents detail court mistreatment to Rhona Smith during her visit.
The move comes after the party’s president is arrested on charges of insulting the military.
Hun Sen and Thongloun Sisolith move to ease tensions along the border following talks in Vientiane.
He sets an Aug. 17 deadline for their withdrawal from a disputed area near the border in Strung Treng province.
He is convicted of defaming prime minister Hun Sen over allegations of government involvement in a political murder.
Rights groups say the decision is unfair and demand her release.
Authorities intercept and question Hun Vannak of Mother Nature Cambodia after he monitored a meeting with local authorities, village officials, and representatives of a sand-dredging company.
They are convicted of falsifying documents and acting as 'intermediaries' for adoptive parents and pregnant women.
The party president is detained in connection with 10-year-old allegations in a drug case.