The Russey Keo district administration warned it would bring a legal case against Khmer Rise Party (KRP) president Sok Sovann Vathana Sabung to the Phnom Penh Municipal Court if he does not rectify ‘untrue’ allegations on social media that its officials had seriously beaten a man over a land dispute.
Kem sokha's defence team requested the trial chamber to reject additional evidence submitted by prosecutor Phlong Sophal, saying that it was against legal procedure.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday shot down multiple requests made by Kem Sokha’s lawyers to summon foreign diplomats allegedly implicated in their client’s treason case
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The Cambodian People’s Party issued a statement today supporting the announcement by World Health Organization which considered COVID-19 as an emergency and international concerns needed to tackle seriously.http://bit.ly/32C0phV;