Civil society welcomes their release, but slams their conviction.
They decry a lack of evidence and impartiality.
They warn of a nationwide demonstration if demolition proceeds.
Kem Sokha says the CPP is only ‘testing’ the CNRP’s resolve.
They plan to file a lawsuit to ensure two colonial-era structures are preserved.
The NLD and 88 Generation Students’ activists group launch a two-month signature drive.
It calls for public opinion on the politically sensitive proposal.
The ruling party pushes through three judicial laws in the National Assembly without public consultations.
Negotiators express hope for a final draft at their next meeting in June.
The two sides meet for the first time in more than a month.
Parliamentary approval could open the door to constitutional reforms.
The CNRP and CPP prepare to restart negotiations following a hiatus for local council elections.
Villagers clash with police trying to rescue the two men.
CNRP leader Sam Rainsy says the boost will help strengthen democracy at the grassroots level.
The opposition leader calls on them to ‘sacrifice for the sake of the country.’
He calls for public support in bringing democratic change to the country.
They say the country’s electoral body seeks to limit their rights.
The group will seek to prevent future fighting and rebuild trust.
KIO leaders and government ministers arrive in Myitkyina for two days of talks.
His organization plans to file a complaint with the city court.
It dismisses reports that candidates will have to confine their campaign within their constituencies.
It upholds an earlier ruling citing an ongoing trial against the men.
A new report says government concessions are largely responsible.
The agreement follows a military-issued deadline for their release.
The move is an attempt to distract the public from more critical issues, the NGOs say.
Rights groups say the justice system lacks independence from the government.
Thousands go back after a court that they would lose their jobs if they did not end their strike, a union leader says.
The groups will hold nationwide rallies and a petition drive this month.
Security personnel target opposition supporters and journalists.
Security forces beat demonstrators and bystanders indiscriminately, eyewitnesses say.