They say the government should ensure that all remaining activists are freed and charges are dropped against others.
While the ruling CPP says a law reigning in unions is necessary, the opposition worries it will hamstring organized labor.
The CNRP's Um Sam An is nabbed by police and is held for questioning after he arrived in Siem Reap.
Ouk Touch of the Kampuchea Development Newspaper has been investigating the officer’s shootings of villagers’ homes.
President Htin Kyaw is making plans to release political prisoners for the Myanmar New Year.
Suth Dina is accused of enriching himself to the tune of U.S. $3 million while serving as an ambassador in Seoul.
Demonstrators in Yangon demand that the new government grant detainees amnesty before the Thingyan New Year celebrations begin.
The association of regional lawmakers says Cambodian deputies ignored recommendations from trade unions and rights groups when considering the legislation.
Suth Dina, envoy to Seoul, was an opponent and critic of ruler Hun Sen before joining the ruling party in 2009.
The official meeting comes the same day as parliament’s lower house passes a bill making her state counselor.
Union official injured in protest as National Assembly considers controversial measure that takes aim at organized labor's power.
The lower house deputies believe the position carved out for Aung San Suu Kyi is unconstitutional.
Military lawmakers oppose the measure, which still has to be approved by lower house deputies.