Seven former members of the Supreme Court-dissolved Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) are seeking political rehabilitation through the Ministry of Interior ahead of the commune and national elections in 2022 and 2023.
Cambodian Human Rights Committee (CHRC) has rejected the claims made by Amnesty International that Cambodia had "severely" violated human rights and restricted the opposition, civil society and media in 2020, calling it an "exaggeration".
Recent communication between former Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) leader Kem Sokha, who has been barred from political activities while awaiting trial on treason charge, and Grassroots Democratic Party (GDP) leader Yang Saing Koma could result in further legal woes, a senior ruling party
Cambodia is committed to consolidating its long-standing relationship with Vietnam, Prime Minister Hun Sen said in a letter congratulating the latter’s newly elected President Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has dismissed as regrettable a US report claiming that Cambodia had violated citizens’ rights last year.
The Cambodian government has denied claims by the US that it had violated the fundamental rights of citizens in 2020, calling the recently-published report by the US government “politically motivated”.
The National Election Committee (NEC) plans to hold a pilot election on May 23 to test the accuracy of registered political parties, candidate and voter lists, and vote counting using information technology.
Cambodia's Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva, An Sokkhoeurn, has expressed deep disappointment with an official statement by the Finnish delegation that human rights situation in Cambodia continued to deteriorate.
The National Assembly (NA) has responded with utter dismay to European Parliament (EP) criticism on trials for former leaders and activists of the Supreme Court-dissolved Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) and members of civil society organisations. It urged the EP to have an objective
The Ministry of Interior has allowed former opposition lawmaker Ou Chanrath to form the Cambodia Reform Party (CRP), but denied his request to use of the motto “rescue, serve and protect” as it was once used by the Supreme Court-dissolved Cambodia National Rescue Party.