A Need for an Open and Transparent Legislation and Judiciary Reform in Cambodia

April 2014 Human Rights Spotlight: A Need for an Open and Transparent Legislation and Judiciary Reform in Cambodia Cambodians are observing the in-depth reform promised by the ruling government—formed according to election result that has been contested by the opposition party who has now still boycotted the national assembly since September 2013 when the first […]

Cambodian Political Deadlock: A Trend or An Excuse?

Since the election on 28 July 2013—when we witnessed a changing trend among Cambodians in political sphere which political debate and question on political parties for a concrete policy was raised and never so in the history—the uncertainty of how political resolution around the election result has continued. The problem continued at the controversy of […]