The new move comes as landless villagers attempt to march on his residence to highlight their plight.
The trio had been detained for their alleged role in a violent protest.
A local court turns down their request to file a counter lawsuit against the monastic committee.
Their donation will assist in providing them with education and health care.
A trade union says factories are lax on safety regulations.
LICADHO says refusal to let families visit the detained opposition party youth leaders violates basic rights.
Cambodian parliament president expresses ‘regret’ to Vietnamese PM.
A government negotiator says it will be finalized early next month.
It gives an assurance to ethnic groups about the new system in talks to forge a nationwide cease-fire agreement.
Vietnam had demanded the protesters be punished for the act.
Cambodian protesters had demanded an apology from Hanoi over an embassy statement.
The protest comes ahead of legislative chief Heng Samrin's visit to Hanoi next week.
The farmers had earlier demonstrated against the seizure of their land.
They say Naypyidaw is forging ahead without addressing ethnic concerns.
The nearly five million signatures the petition received reflects 'the people's voice.'
The two sides will meet next week to hash out the changes.
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy says mutual respect is needed for the country’s progress.
Violence erupts over a marketplace argument.
International tribunal delivers historic verdict against Khieu Samphan and Nuon Chea.
Critics say one month is not enough time to canvas the country’s remote regions.
The public protest site in the Cambodian capital has been closed for the last seven months.
The 55 lawmakers end a 10-month boycott of the legislature.
Talks over the weekend may be among the last with armed ethnic groups.
The CNRP accuses the ruling CPP of manipulating courts for political gain.
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.
Shortcomings in the work of the ministers are cited for the changes.
But the Lower House speaker warns the system could factionalize ethnic groups.
They agree to nominate Pung Chhiv Kek as a 'tie-breaking' election body member.
She also warns of recent reversals to press freedoms and other political reforms.