The Ministry of Labor increases announces a US$5 increase to a previous wage hike.
Hundreds of sites are closed amidst safety concerns for workers and property.
Initial negotiations between workers and the government fail to resolve a dispute over minimum wages
They call on the government to accept demands for a higher wage increase.
Unions and the opposition CNRP call for strikes to protest minimum wage decision.
The government announces a day after one of the biggest opposition protests that Hun Sen will make a visit to Hanoi.
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy calls it a 'historic day.'
Hun Sen says a fresh vote is not an option.
It will 'uphold the law' in response to 'illegal' demonstrations.
The CNRP plans to hold its 'biggest protest ever' if Hun Sen ignores demands to resolve election complaints.
The government brands the gatherings aimed at pushing for new elections as illegal.
It warns of a mass movement to topple Prime Minister Hun Sen if no fresh elections are held.
They say the move is essential to reform in the country.
The first of the mass demonstrations will kick off Sunday, says CNRP chief Sam Rainsy.
Vague land policies and weak implementation of the law are fueling conflict, a rights group says.
They call for an intervention with Chinese investors.
Sam Rainsy calls for greater protection of the Prey Lang Forest.
Thousands call for an improved rights record and an election review.
Human Rights Watch alleges grave abuses and says the centers should be closed.
But the CNRP continues to push for an election probe as part of the agenda of any discussions.
Suspects are rarely given legal representation or informed of their rights.
Human Rights Watch calls for a 'serious' investigation into a crash involving lawmaker Cheam Yeap.
The Ministry of Defense pursues a complaint against the Moneaksekar Khmer newspaper.
The groups say the irregularities highlight a need for electoral reform.
The party prepares for more protests next month.
They threaten employers with wide scale protests if demands are not met.
The groups say they are unshaken by a defamation suit filed by top tycoon accused of the practice.
But Yorm Bopha says she fears she could still be re-imprisoned.
A rights group claims Try Pheap is close to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s family and the ruling party.
CCHR hits out at authorities for failing to resolve high-profile killings and bring perpetrators to justice.