King Norodom Sihamoni issued the royal degree reassigning Hun Sen as Prime Minister on Friday, Aug. 17.
Several worker unions yesterday in a statement congratulated the CPP on its historic landslide victory during last month’s national election and said that it should continue to work on behalf of factory workers.
The Funcinpec party has warned its party members who allegedly scrambled to bribe their way to get jobs in the new government, saying that they could face corruption charges.
The ruling CPP yesterday said it will not relinquish a single parliamentary seat to other parties that contested the national election after sweeping all 125.
An official who led more than 2,000 people to monitor the national election said yesterday that many other observers, from both within and outside the country, had different standards for observing the election.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has accused former opposition leader Sam Rainsy of hacking his Facebook page and posting false information.
The National Election Committee yesterday released its official election results, confirming a resounding victory for the ruling CPP which secured all 125 seats in the National Assembly.
A council official said the men could potentially face prison and further fines if they did not accept the decision.
Prime Minister Hun has proposed a consultation forum between the government and political parties be formed in a bid to hear their input and develop the country together.
The National Election Committee has tonight announced that the ruling CPP secured all 125 parliamentary seats in the national election last month.
Following a Constitutional Council decision to uphold fines against three former opposition party officials over an election boycott campaign last month, a council official said the men could potentially face prison and further fines if they did not accept the decision.
The official election results are scheduled to be announced today since the National Election Committee and the Constitutional Council received no complaints against the preliminary results.
The government is set to conduct its nationwide census in March next year despite facing budgetary constraints.
The official election results are scheduled to be announced tomorrow since the National Election Committee and the Constitutional Council said that they received no complaint against the preliminary election results.
A Cambodian People’s Party official on Sunday said that the government has correctly handled the way land disputes are solved and accused some protestors of being paid to raise the issue during election season.
Former KNUP party vice president Khan Savoeun yesterday ordered a group of his staffers to begin removing his image from all KNUP propaganda in Banteay Meanchey and other provinces.
The National Election Committee yesterday seemed set to delay the release of its official election results after a recount was demanded by the Cambodian Youth Party, which subsequently withdrew its complaint just hours later.
The Khmer Will Party has called on democrats from other political parties to join its ranks in a move to build up a robust opposition to challenge the powerhouse CPP.
A senior investigator with rights group Adhoc confirms that a member of the Adhoc five has been summoned by the Phnom Penh Court to attend a hearing regarding bribery allegations linked to former opposition leader Kem Sokha’s past adultery case.
Prince Ranariddh has hand-picked his oldest son to take over the party in his absence.