The move is dismissed as a ‘political show’ by the CNRP number two leader.
Adhoc says people are not adequately protected against violence in disputes.
They agree to nominate Pung Chhiv Kek as a 'tie-breaking' election body member.
The move paves the way for CNRP to enter parliament for the first time since elections a year ago.
Sam Rainsy now waits for approval from the National Election Committee.
He says electoral reform must be made through parliament.
Under the agreement, the opposition will end a boycott of parliament in return for electoral reforms by the government.
The ruling and opposition parties issue joint statement to defuse tensions following violent protests.
He calls on international community to address the ‘deplorable” situation.
Rights groups find no evidence to suggest any of the seven arrested lawmakers incited or participated in violence.
The group is accused of inciting violence.
A confrontation at the park leaves dozens injured.
A crash leaves four military personnel dead and another injured.
His ashes are to be interred in a stupa in the palace alongside the remains of his favorite daughter.
The U.S.-based dissident could face a serious charge of criminal conspiracy.
Protesters demand an apology for official claims over disputed territory.
Nearly a dozen are injured as villagers clash with workers of a politically-connected company.
A rights group calls for international donors to pressure the government over abuses.
Hun Sen says the issue cannot be included in further talks with the opposition.
But a leading union says salaries should be raised this year to avoid unrest.
A new report calls for ‘practical steps’ to end the abuse.
He says the country’s state institutions have failed the people.
Procedural flaws result in judgments 'not based on law or evidence,' report says.
A spokesperson addresses the issue amid a visit by UN rights envoy Surya Subedi.
The country’s energy minister addresses villager concerns to ruling party lawmakers.
They seek to dispel reports of a crackdown on illegal workers.
Many cite fears for their safety though Thai officials insist the removals are 'voluntary.'
They demand a probe into alleged abuses by the Thai army.
The CPP and CNRP resume negotiations but remain far apart on how to reform the country's top elections body.
His mission comes as the ruling and opposition parties renew talks to end a political standoff.