As his treason trial resumes, Kem Sokha calls on court to drop its case

Kem Sokha greets his supporters Wednesday while leaving Phnom Penh Municipal Court after attending his hearing that day. Photo taken January 19. CamboJA/ Pring Samrang

In a long day that had been postponed nearly two years, the Phnom Penh Municipal Court on Wednesday resumed hearing treason charges against former CNRP leader Kem Sokha.

Former CNRP officials face uncertain political careers

Lors Chhenglay, a former CNRP district councillor (right) talks to Candlelight Party leader Thach Setha after he is released from prison on January 10, 2022. Supplied

Less than a week after walking free from Prey Sar Prison in Phnom Penh, where they spent nearly two years in jail, two activists from the outlawed opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) remain unclear about their political careers and affiliations.

Mixed response, some junta promises after PM’s trip to Myanmar

Prime Minister Hun Sen (L), is welcomed by Military leader Min Aung Hlaing during a meeting in Myanmar, January 7, 2022. CamboJA/ Hand out photo from An Khuon SamAun National Television of Cambodia

With the prime minister’s much-anticipated diplomatic venture to Myanmar now in the past, the trip has received a mixed response from a broad array of observers.

NagaWorld protests continue despite incitement charges for unionists

NagaWorld workers continued their strike on Thursday, demanding a resolution to their ongoing labor dispute and the release of their union leaders and members. CamboJA/ Pring Samrang

Around 400 NagaWorld workers continued their peaceful strike on Thursday, despite the recent arrests of union president Chhim Sithar and more than two dozen workers and unionists.

Regional Court of Appeal upholds dropping of incitement charges against Ex-Daily reporters

Incitement charges against former Cambodia Daily reporters Aun Pheap (above) and Zsombor Peter for reporting a story in Ratanakkiri province in 2017 were upheld by Tboung Khum province's regional court of appeal on Tuesday.

Tboung Khmum province’s regional court of appeal on Tuesday upheld a lower court’s decision to drop the incitement charges against former Cambodia Daily journalists Aun Pheap and Zsombor Peter.