The ruling Cambodian People’s Party is set to hold a three-day congress tomorrow aimed at discussing the country’s further development and the government’s achievements.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today said that he is scheduled to preside over the 42nd congress today until Thursday in Phnom Penh, where thousands of party officials join the meeting at the Koh Pich Exhibition Centre.
Speaking during the inauguration of Lower Sesan II hydropower dam in Stung Treng province, Mr Hun Sen said that all civil servants are ready to ask for leave from their workplaces to attend the congress.
“Tomorrow and over three days, the Cambodian People’s Party will discuss what we have to do to gain trust from Cambodian people so that we can transform our country from a low middle-income to middle-income country by 2030,” he said.
Mr Hun Sen said that by voting for the CPP, people voted to maintain peace and development; the CPP swept all 125 National Assembly seats during the recent national election.
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