The suspects are members of Cambodia’s border forces seen as backing the loggers.
His appearance in the capital will mark the first time a hearing has been held for him away from the remote prison where he has been held until now.
He says the movement’s main objective is to ensure free and fair elections in July.
Dim Kundy and Hun Vannak will be released in weeks, getting credit for time served.
Lu Lay Sreng, who lives in exile, says the court has no independence.
Officials suggest the CNRM is part of a foreign-backed plot to topple the government.
Exiled Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy tells RFA why he is launching a new 'movement' to pursue goals his banned political party cannot.
The slew of agreements comes as Western governments shun Cambodia amid a political crackdown.
Green activists, residents see a China-driven campaign to exploit the river without paying heed to environmental costs.
She had posted a video on her Facebook page accusing the prime minister of involvement in the death of the popular government critic.
A minister advises recalling ‘agents’ from the opposition and ending support for smaller political parties.
Exiled opposition vice president Mu Sochua urges Cambodians to stay engaged in politics and calls on the international community to help restore democracy.
They say they fear for their safety in their communes, where they are hounded by ruling party activists.
Observers question why the firm didn’t donate medicine or build senior centers.
An observer suggests Tokyo is seeking to avoid ceding influence to Beijing.
Factory worker Khem Sophath was reported shot, but his body has never been found.
A spokesman says her lobbying of foreign governments constitutes ‘treason.’
Sam Rainsy says the judgment shows “the truth” about Prime Minister Hun Sen’s regime.
NGOs say the Communist nation’s involvement undermines the democratic process.
Criticism has been silenced and the public’s faith in democracy is wavering, they say.
A judge rejects the appeal on the grounds that their case is ‘still under investigation.’
Time is running out on a 30-day deadline imposed by the Anti-Corruption Unit last week, the latest act of pressure on the banned CNRP.
NGO workers and others suspected of plotting against the ruling party meanwhile continue to flee the country.
They say stronger measures are needed to force an end to a crackdown on democracy.
They say he hopes to ‘incite’ the country’s garment workers against the government.
A CNRP official says the tactic is meant to ‘defuse international pressure’ amid a political crackdown.
He says he has no overseas assets to freeze and no intention of traveling to the US.
The CNRP president says he should be freed to help resolve the country’s ‘political crisis.’
At a hearing in Washington, they are warned that actions are needed to save Cambodian democracy.
Financial assistance to the organization is suspended because of the government’s breakup of the main opposition political party.