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The National Election Committee holds a meeting in a photo posted April 4, 2022. (National Election Committee's Facebook page)

Government Transfers Land Used by Kong Korm to Election Body

The Council of Ministers decided to hand over land owned by the Foreign Ministry and occupied by a senior opposition official to the National Election Committee, which said it was facing space constraints at its current headquarters.

Kong Korm, in a photo posted to his Facebook on December 11, 2022.

Hun Sen Drops $1M Case After Kong Korm Agrees to Give Back Land

Hun Sen has decided to drop a government lawsuit against senior opposition official Kong Korm over possession of land that belongs to the Foreign Ministry, potentially ending a weeklong saga where the prime minister has targeted the Candlelight Party adviser.

Kem Sokha leaves the Phnom Penh Municipal Court on October 5, 2022. (Hean Rangsey/VOD)

Witness Questioning Begins in Kem Sokha Trial

A Phnom Penh court questioned one witness in the Kem Sokha treason trial on Wednesday, mostly focusing on any foreign assistance or direction on political decisions made by the former CNRP president.