The National League for Democracy believes it can reverse course on parliament’s rejection of charter reform changes that would allow Aung San Suu Kyi to become president.
An opposition lawmaker and monk suffer injuries during the incident.
His comments come as civil society groups protest against the proposed legislation by launching balloons urging lawmakers to reject it.
A senior monk says they will not use the station to broadcast messages of hate.
The Interior Ministry says they must meet the country’s refugee status requirements and few have even applied.
Accounts of bloody scufffle in Tbong Khmum province differ as police seek more witnesses
The activists want officials to stop a company from polluting the environment.
Arbitrary arrests, disappearances, and restrictions on press freedom also remain problems, the State Department says.
The outcome leaves opposition MPs questioning the country’s democratic process.
The body will examine the causes of the murders and respond to inquiries by labor NGOs regarding the killings.
They say the firm covets property officially designated for raising their cattle.
The parliamentarian says Senior General Than Shwe should be consulted about possible changes to a charter that gives military lawmakers effective veto power.
But political opposition figures say that military-appointed lawmakers may block genuine reform.
But members of the Permanent Committee approve the draft law to be sent to lawmakers.
Members of the Cambodian People’s Party also elected two party vice presidents.
Key provisions promised in talks are not included in the law's final version, they say.
They accuse the operators of Phnom Penh Autonomous Port of dredging sand outside permissible boundaries.
Prime Minister Hun Sen gave a eulogy for the former president of the ruling party and Senate before he was cremated.
They endured harsh conditions and little pay on the vessels on which they worked.
He says the film's inclusion in a festival does not indicate an improved rights climate.
Relevant commissions will study whether the legislation complies with national and international standards.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has again asked Vietnam to stop building the facility in Kandal province.
Accounts of the incident differ as to who fired the first shots.
Hostilities between government troops and Kokang rebels also resume in neighboring Shan state.
They say a recent uptick in activity could clear a local forest in months.
Authorities are trying to determine their location in a remote province.
They need their fish stocks to reach maturity to avoid financial ruin.
Authorities have collected about 400,000 of the previous temporary identifications cards from Rohingya Muslims.
A spokesman from the president’s office says leaders will decide the next step if the armed ethnic group launches no further attacks.
The foreign ministry says Vietnam must not make any changes to the area in Ratanakiri province pending the demarcation of the border.