The United States’ approach towards Cambodia, especially by hawkish legislators, makes diplomacy difficult and also untenable.
Ministry of Defence closes an investigation related to a commander supporting CNRM.
Cambodia asks Japan to support the general election with financial aid and observers.
Rainsy says his new Cambodia National Rescue Movement intends to help the dissolved CNRP join the upcoming general election and unite opposition figures.
The NEC releases the official voter list for July’s general election, containing nearly 85 percent of eligible voters.
The National Election Committee has reaffirmed its commitment to making sure July’s general election is free and fair.
Members of the ruling CPP’s Permanent Central Committee voted yesterday to support the Prime Minister as the party’s candidate for the general election.
Prime Minister Hun Sen confirmed the Senate election and general election would go ahead as scheduled.
Secretary of state officials will no longer be members of the Cabinet after July’s election.
May Kunmakara sat down with Ms Zhou to discuss Cambodia’s economic performance during the last 12 months.
The royalist Funcinpec Party could be fined or be temporarily suspended if it received assistance from the Communist Party of China.
Relations between Cambodia and US hit their lowest point after the arrest of CNRP leader Kem Sokha and the dissolution of his party.
Nepal’s prime minister is confident his party will win a general election because his astrologer told him so.
The Minister of Planning states the third national census will be delayed until 2019 to focus on the general election.
Cambodia asks the European Union to send observers to monitor next year’s general election.
The CNRP will face dissolution under the newly amended law on political parties if party leader Kem Sokha is convicted on the treason charges he faces.
Thailand will hold a general election in November 2018, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha says.
The executive director of the Neutral and Impartial Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia notes a year’s notice is sufficient.