The latest quarterly report of the Cambodian Journalists Alliance Association (CamboJA), which found at least nine recorded instances of free expression violations by the judiciary and local officials in just the past few months. These findings are detailed in its monitoring report released Tuesday and covering the period from July-September, when CamboJA observed incidents affecting a total of 21 journalists.
More than 30 media leaders from Cambodia and China have come together to participate in the three-day high-level web seminar held under the Mekong-Lancang Cooperation framework which started yesterday hosted by Cambodian-Chinese Journalists Association (CJC) in collaboration with the China Foundation for Peace and Development.
Radio reporter Khut Sokun says he is doing less reporting this year. The reason: fear of Cambodia's national internet gateway, which he and others say allows the government to monitor all online activity.
The Preah Vihear provincial court sentenced eight small-time journalists to prison after convicting them of extorting the owners of a timber warehouse in June.
A senior Ministry of Justice official will meet the regional director of the World Justice Project (WJP) and its working group to question their research and evaluation procedures to determine Cambodia’s ranking of 138 out of 139 countries on their 2021 Rule of Law Index.