Cambodia News: Kem Sokha

Political Arena Calm as Compromise Remains Elusive - The ... - The Cambodia Daily


Khmer Times

Political Arena Calm as Compromise Remains Elusive - The ...
The Cambodia Daily
Just a week ago, the opposition was threatening imminent mass demonstrations as Prime Minister Hun Sen was pledging to “eliminate” opponents who ...
Sokha Urges Calm, Wants Negotiations | Khmer Times | News Portal ...Khmer Times
Army's intro to riot control, National, Phnom Penh PostThe Phnom Penh Post

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26 Sep 2016 | 8:07 pm

CNRP Softens Stance on Boycott of Parliament - The Cambodia Daily - The Cambodia Daily


The Cambodia Daily

CNRP Softens Stance on Boycott of Parliament - The Cambodia Daily
The Cambodia Daily
The opposition softened the conditions of its boycott of the National Assembly on Tuesday, retreating from its demand that the government drop a court case that ...
CNRP to end boycott, return to National Assembly - Phnom Penh PostThe Phnom Penh Post
CNRP to Rejoin National Assembly | Khmer Times | News Portal ...Khmer Times

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20 Sep 2016 | 7:41 pm

Cambodia's Government threatens to crush protests as acting Opposition leader Kem Sokha vows to stay - ABC Online


ABC Online

Cambodia's Government threatens to crush protests as acting Opposition leader Kem Sokha vows to stay
ABC Online
For almost four months, Cambodia's acting Opposition leader has chosen to stay within the relative safety of his party's headquarters in Phnom Penh, rather than risk arrest outside on charges many consider politically-motivated.
Cambodia's Hun Sen: If I Back Down 'I Will be Nothing Short of a Dog'Radio Free Asia
Sokha Drops 'No Response' Policy, Calls For ActionThe Cambodia Daily
Cambodian leader rejects opposition's threat of protestsDaily Mail
Leadership Newspapers -The Phnom Penh Post
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18 Sep 2016 | 6:19 pm

Hun Sen threatens force as tensions escalate in Cambodia - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Hun Sen threatens force as tensions escalate in Cambodia
The Sydney Morning Herald
Tensions have been growing in the capital Phnom Penh since Kem Sokha, deputy chief of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party, was last week sentenced in absentia to five months' prison on charges seen as politically motivated. Supporters of ...
Countries Condemn 'Escalation of Political Tensions' in CambodiaRadio Free Asia
Opposition Remains Defiant Despite Military ThreatVOA Khmer (English)
CNRP Stands Firm on Rally Plans in Face Of Threats - The ...The Cambodia Daily
The Phnom Penh Post -Khmer Times
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14 Sep 2016 | 5:15 pm

Cambodian parties square off following conviction of Kem Sokha - Southeast Asia Globe


Southeast Asia Globe

Cambodian parties square off following conviction of Kem Sokha
Southeast Asia Globe
Kem Sokha, acting president of the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), was sentenced in absentia to five months in prison and the equivalent of $200 for failing to appear in a controversial prostitution case. Rights groups and political analysts ...
After Leader Sentenced, Opposition Remains DefiantVOA Khmer (English)
Hun Sen's Bodyguard Unit threatens to continue to hound CNRPThe Phnom Penh Post
CNRP Defiant Amid ThreatsKhmer Times
The Cambodia Daily
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12 Sep 2016 | 6:04 am

BREAKING: Court rules Kem Sokha guilty - The Phnom Penh Post


The Phnom Penh Post

BREAKING: Court rules Kem Sokha guilty
The Phnom Penh Post
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court today ruled that Kem Sokha, the deputy leader of the opposition, was guilty of refusing to appear for questioning in a prostitution case against him, and sentenced him to five months in prison and a fine of 800,000 riel ...
Cambodia's Opposition Party to Proceed With Mass DemonstrationsRadio Free Asia
Cambodia PM beefs up bodyguard as crisis deepensFinancial Times
Cambodia Court Sentences Opposition LeaderVOA Khmer (English)
The Cambodia Daily -Khmer Times -Saudi Gazette
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9 Sep 2016 | 2:30 am

For The Sake Of Cambodian Democracy, Drop Charges Against Kem Sokha - Forbes


Forbes

For The Sake Of Cambodian Democracy, Drop Charges Against Kem Sokha
Forbes
The clock is ticking for Kem Sokha, acting president of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP). He has been targeted by Prime Minister Hun Sen, who is trying to undermine the competitive institutions necessary for a healthy democracy in ...
Cambodian Court Sentences Opposition Leader Kem Sokha to Five Months in JailRadio Free Asia
Kem Sokha Sentenced to Five Months; No ArrestThe Cambodia Daily
Opposition Plans Mass Gathering as Kem Sokha to Appear in CourtVOA Khmer (English)
The Guardian -The Phnom Penh Post -Newsx
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8 Sep 2016 | 5:54 pm

City will allow CNRP rally as gov't assures Kem Sokha won't be arrested - The Phnom Penh Post


The Phnom Penh Post

City will allow CNRP rally as gov't assures Kem Sokha won't be arrested
The Phnom Penh Post
City Hall yesterday gave the green light for a Friday rally outside CNRP headquarters set to coincide with the trial of Kem Sokha, while a second government official in as many days seemingly offered assurances that no attempt will be made to arrest ...
Checkpoints Ring City Ahead of Sokha TrialThe Cambodia Daily
Large Gathering ApprovedKhmer Times

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7 Sep 2016 | 5:43 pm

Kem Sokha trial to proceed: judge - The Phnom Penh Post


The Phnom Penh Post

Kem Sokha trial to proceed: judge
The Phnom Penh Post
The Supreme Court yesterday delayed a bail hearing for four jailed Adhoc staffers and an election official, while at the Appeal Court, opposition leader Kem Sokha's motion to overturn a lower court's order to try him was denied. Supreme Court director ...
Court of Appeal Clears Way for Kem Sokha's TrialThe Cambodia Daily
Cambodia: Drop Case Against Opposition LeaderHuman Rights Watch

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5 Sep 2016 | 7:27 pm

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