Prime Minister Hun Sen attends a 20-year anniversary event of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces on January 24, 2019. (Hun Sen's Facebook page)

Military Reaffirms Loyalty After Rainsy’s Mutiny Appeal

Cambodia’s armed forces will continue to support Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government, the Defense Ministry said, after former opposition leader Sam Rainsy issued a public appeal to the military to “follow the model of the armed forces in Algeria” and join with the people to topple a dictatorship.

Rehabilitated CNRP Officials Unlikely to Matter, Analysts Say

Labeled “traitors” by opposition leaders, nine former members of the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) walked away from the beleaguered opposition party to have their ban on political activities lifted by the government.

Hun Sen Warns Sam Rainsy of Lethal Risks at Border Crossings

Prime Minister Hun Sen has warned former opposition leader Sam Rainsy not to attempt to re-enter Cambodian territory via an overland crossing, suggesting that usual rules against using machine guns on civilians may not apply to him.

លោក កឹម សុខា លោក ហ៊ុន សែន និងលោក សម រង្ស៊ី

Sam Rainsy Accuses Hun Sen of Spreading Opposition Breakup Rumors

Amid a looming deadline for banned opposition officials to seek clemency from the government, former CNRP leader Sam Rainsy claimed the prime minister was engaging in “psychological warfare” amid his supposed “panic” due to international pressure.