In Cambodia’s courts, it’s a man’s world – with the effects felt by female employees and victims alike
The number of women in the Cambodian judicial system remains stubbornly low, new statistics compiled by the Cambodian National Council for Women show, with the detrimental effects of that imbalance felt throughout the court system.
Publication date 02 January 2018 | 06:47 | ICT
As international giants Grab and Uber battle it out in Phnom Penh’s crowded ride-hailing industry, local apps have begun to expand their platforms by finally incorporating traditional Khmer tuk-tuks as options for rides.
Publication date 01 January 2018 | 07:03 | ICT
With its promised electoral showdown between the long-ruling Cambodian People’s Party and the insurgent Cambodia National Rescue Party, 2018 would have been the year many observers put their money on for major political fireworks.
Abandoned documents at raided cockfighting ring allegedly owned by Hun Sen’s in-law suggest a network of payoffsPublication date 22 December 2017 | 08:30 | ICT
A trove of documents left behind by law enforcement officials at a recently shuttered cockfighting ring allegedly owned by the nephew-in-law of Hun Sen appears to show organised payments to police and government officials across Kandal province.
Publication date 18 December 2017 | 06:43 | ICT
At Toun Fa, every classroom is packed. Students sit in rows dutifully reciting their Mandarin lessons, scrawling Chinese characters into their notebooks.
Publication date 08 December 2017 | 07:06 | ICT
The coastal city of Sihanoukville is undergoing a massive transformation. Once perceived as a seedy haunt for lethargic backpackers and expats, a flood of Chinese tourists and investors has begun to alter the landscape by setting up everything from gaudy casinos to towering luxury resorts as well
Publication date 29 November 2017 | 06:53 | ICT
After the Ministry of Interior filed a complaint with the Supreme Court to dissolve the CNRP earlier this month, the govern
Publication date 28 November 2017 | 07:01 | ICT
Behind the traffic police station in Kampong Chhnang town, set against the picturesque backdrop of the Tonle Sap, immigration officials gathered thousands of ethnic Vietnamese to begin a nationwide process of revoking “improperly” issued documents this week.
Publication date 27 November 2017 | 08:36 | ICT
As international condemnation began to pour in earlier this month lambasting the Supreme Court’s decision to dissolve the country’s
Publication date 22 November 2017 | 14:43 | ICT
With the government poised to divvy up the opposition CNRP’s parliamentary seats following its dissolution last week – a move al
Publication date 16 November 2017 | 23:58 | ICT
The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled to dissolve the Cambodia National Rescue Party, removing the only existing electoral threat to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s grip on power in the Kingdom and undoing in one stroke the opposition’s gains over the last five years.