Critics say that Ma Ba Tha should not mix religion with politics in the run-up to the November elections.
But some fear further government control over what people may choose to see.
Many in affected areas are concerned more with rebuilding their lives than with the coming election, sources say.
The government says change is already underway, but ‘will take time.’
Rights groups and villagers say the Vietnamese-run mine is protected by local authorities.
Many in rural areas are unaware of coming elections and don't know they can vote, the group says.
They say the summons was meant to threaten challengers to a Vietnamese rubber company.
Government troops and armed ethnic soldiers have suffered casualties.
Her National League for Democracy says errors on voter lists could hurt the party’s chances of victory.
They are up in arms because their factory is firing workers and pregnant women without cause.
The sentence is the latest for the pair, who protested a police killing in December.
Their problems have been complicated by suspicions that forestry officials are colluding with illegal loggers.
Ashin Wirathu urges voters to look at policies, not parties, in November general elections.
They say government troops are also committing rights abuses in the region.
They say local authorities in Battambang province’s Rotanak Mondol district have taken the money they are due from a company building a dam on their land.
Community members, including several local officials, have harvested timber in defiance of written pledges.
Authorities could not control heavy water flows once the dam operators released the floodgates.
Interior Ministry spokesman says anti-government protests were equally to blame for the killing.
The Ministry of Interior has set a three-month deadline for them to leave or be deported back to Vietnam.
Minister hopes land-locked region can enjoy peace dividend from ceasefire after decades of instability.
The indigenous residents say the water is causing skin disease that has hit children hardest.
The parties involved discussed developing a common framework for the talks after the signing of a nationwide peace accord.
The attorneys say former military officers are largely unqualified to become judges.
The democracy icon wants her National League for Democracy to win 100 percent of the vote in the upcoming elections.
Rights groups and Cambodia's political opposition slam the move as a plan to stifle dissent.
A leader of the ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party says it thoroughly checked out its candidates for the 2015 general elections to ensure they met citizenship requirements.
The government agrees to an ‘all-inclusive’ pact that would proceed in stages.
They say the illegal activity by Thai and Vietnamese fishermen is threatening the coastal blood clam population.
He says the government’s maps have been verified by a set of French charts.
The Nov. 8 general elections are expected to bring political change, including possibly removing the ruling party from power.