Prime Minister Hun Sen, sworn in Tuesday despite opposition boycotts, said he rejected a demand from the main opposition party to be given senior positions in parliament.
Opposition lawmakers in Cambodia boycotted Tuesday's session of the National Assembly to protest the country's July election, which they say was rigged.
Residents of a Phnom Penh neighborhood have had their land taken away by the government. Protesters like Yorm Bopha, a young mother, are trying to do something about it.
Calling for an investigation into alleged cheating, Cambodia's opposition has rejected its narrow loss to long-time Prime Minister Hun Sen's party.
Though many acknowledge the opposition has little chance to win, some hope to effect some change in the way the government handles land grabs.
Economically Cambodia is turning a corner, but President Obama took a firm line on Cambodia’s human rights abuses and corruption on his visit to Phnom Penh Monday.