Matt Surrusco
CNRP president Kem Sokha in September 2018 (Supplied)

Kem Sokha Allowed to Leave Home, but Ordered to Remain in Cambodia

Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha has been released from de facto house arrest following a 2017 arrest on widely criticized treason charges, but remains under court supervision, according to a court statement published by government-aligned Fresh News Sunday.

The former CNRP headquarters in Phnom Penh before the opposition party was dissolved in November 2017.

CNRP Members Abroad Vow Return Amid Mounting Arrests

Members of the outlawed opposition CNRP who have fled the country said this week that they will return to Cambodia next month alongside leader Sam Rainsy, despite the growing number of people arrested in connection with their support for Rainsy’s promised homecoming.