Ngin Saorath, executive director of the Cambodian Disabled People’s Organisation, said yesterday that the NEC had provided extra care in facilitating their vote.
The Battambang Election Commission says that Sunday’s election process was smooth, despite more than 200 complaints.
Prime Minister Hun Sen said today that Cambodia conduced a free and fair election on Sunday with higher voter turnout.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng has said that the national election on Sunday was free, fair and was conducted smoothly without any major problems.
A 46-year-old woman was arrested on Saturday at a polling station in Phnom Penh’s Por Senchey district after allegedly stealing a bottle election ink.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party secured 76.78 percent of valid votes nationwide on Sunday, meaning that it will likely gain all 125 seats in the National Assembly.
Cambodian People’s Party Prey Veng officials express their satisfaction over the results of Sunday’s election.
The Takeo Provincial Election Commission has received 200 complaints.
Siem Reap Election Commission says parties submitted a total of 100 complaints.
Siem Reap province – Siem Reap provincial election commission received more than 100 complaints from political parties across the province over the election process, an official said.
People in Kampong Cham province seem quiet after they casted ballots in the general election yesterday, with some saying the disappearance of the CNRP is to blame.
The Cambodian Nationality Party said today that the Sunday’s election was conducted freely and fairly without any violence and intimidation.
More than 80 percent of people turned out to cast ballots in Kampong Cham province out of 576,550 eligible voters.
The National Election Committee said that the national election was a resounding success, with 82.17 percent vote.
A group of international observers said yesterday that the national election went smoothly with many Cambodians going to vote.
The Cambodian Youth Party complained of irregularities at polling stations in Banan district, where the party claims its observers were blocked.
The Grassroots Democratic Party is expecting to win a majority of seats in Takeo province.
More than 1,000 garment factories gave workers time off to take part in yesterday’s election.
The head of Siem Reap Provincial Election Commission said that the number of invalid ballots might rise when compared to the 2013 election.
Two retailers in the food and beverage industry yesterday offered discounts of up to 75 percent to those who cast ballots in the national election.
Prey Veng province – More voters turned out to vote here this year when compared to the 2013 election, election officials said yesterday.
Political parties, citizens and some former politicians yesterday said that the election was generally conducted smoothly and with good order, safety and security.
The voter turnout at Cambodia’s sixth national election was 82.17% percent of the total of 8,380,217, registered voters or 6,885,729 according to figures announced by the NEC.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party has thanked all voters who cast ballots during today’s national election, noting that 82.17 percent of registered voters showed up.
The National Election Committee has summed up election day as a success, noting 80.49 percent of registered voters cast ballots and that there was no violence.
Polling stations nationwide have closed as of 3pm, with the National Election Committee recording a higher voter turnout this when compared to the 2013 election.
Pich Sros, president of Cambodian Youth Party, said on Sunday that many people turned out to vote in Tboung Khmum province where he voted.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and his wife casted their ballots in Kandal province’s Takhmao city and witnessed by dozens of national and international observers.
Vong Sophorn is the head of Prey Veng’s Provincial Election Commission (PEC). He spoke with Khmer Times about the preparations on the eve of Sunday’s (July 29) election.
Off the 15 parties battling for seats in Battambang province only the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) held a big one on the last day of electoral campaigning.