Opposition lawmaker-elect Mu Sochua vowed yesterday to continue with her one-woman crusade to bring the “freedom back to Freedom Park” – and urged others to follow her lead – after she was forcibly removed from the site for the second day running.
Two more alleged members of the hacking group Anonymous Cambodia were arrested Thursday for attacking the website of the Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) and taking it offline for more than two hours this week, an official confirmed Friday.
Takeo Provincial Court charged a social affairs official with embezzlement Thursday and sent him to pre-trial detention, Anti-Corruption Unit officials said.
Security forces in the Cambodian capital violently dispersed Labor Day demonstrators gathered near the city’s Freedom Park Thursday, injuring at least five people, including bystanders, according to eyewitnesses and rights groups.
With mass demonstrations by the opposition CNRP planned for the next two weeks, and a labor day protest by unions set for Thursday, the government showed off the strength of its security forces Wednesday.
In proposing to resettle Australia’s refugees in third countries, the Australian government is turning the humanitarian process of refugee resettlement into a politically motivated form of refugee deterrence.
Nearly 200 people from 25 different communities converged on the Mondolkiri Provincial Hall Monday to file complaints and petitions calling for an end to illegal logging and environmental degradation.
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday fired back at criticism that his cabinet had failed to consult civil society groups and the public before approving three draft laws on the judiciary, saying there was nothing legally obligating his government to do so.