Prime Minister Hun Sen reiterates a call for garment workers to support his ruling CPP.
The Indonesian government to dispatch observers to monitor the national election.
The newly-established Khmer Rise Party is among 20 parties contesting the upcoming national election.
Workers are to get a three-day break to vote in the national election, the Labour Ministry said yesterday.
The NEC holds a meeting with political party representatives over campaign flouts.
The NEC announces the need to recruit more than 100,000 contracted officials to assist in the national election in July.
PM urges the public to vote for his ruling CPP candidates in the upcoming election.
NEC urges all business owners to help employees travel to vote in the national election.
The Cambodia Indigenous People’s Democracy Party vows to defend rights of minorities and protect their lands.
The Grassroots Democracy Party elects Yang Saing Koma as a prime minister candidate.
The National Election Committee begins operating a call centre for the upcoming national election in July.
All local authorities are instructed to cooperate to facilitate the electoral process.
Suos Yara, a lawmaker with the ruling CPP for Preah Vihear province, is also a spokesman for the party and sat down with Khmer Times’ reporter Ven Rathavong to talk about the party’s preparation and policies ahead of the national election in July.
NEC spokesman says none of the 20 parties filed any complaints during registration.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on all local authorities not to brand villagers as opposition activists when they protest to demand land dispute resolutions, noting that his ruling CPP is aiming to stay in power indefinitely.
KNUP is to hold a party congress to hand back its presidency to Nhek Bun Chhay.
PM warns that anyone pretending to vote in the July national poll by putting unofficial ink on their fingers will be prosecuted.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has warned on Thursday that anyone putting other black ink on their fingers pretending to vote in the July poll would be prosecuted. The warning came after former opposition leader Sam…
PM to suspend his visits to garment workers when the election campaign starts.
The National Election Committee is to print more than ten million ballot papers for July’s national election.