Pich Sros makes a request to have Public Works Minister be questioned.
Cambodian Youth Party president warns to quit the Supreme Consultative Council.
Cambodian Youth Party president questions alcohol advertisements.
CYP president Pich Sros wants Commerce & Information Ministries to be questioned over alcohol advertisements by Supreme Consultative Council
CYP president says ministries tasked with preventing deforestation have no regular preventive measures.
The Cambodian Youth Party’s president, Pich Sros, spoke to Khmer Times and criticized the way the debate in the Supreme Consultative Council, which handled the proposed National Budget for 2019, was conducted.
The Cambodian Youth Party requests the government reconsider the development of the Boeng Prek Tup lake area in Preah Sihanouk.
The CYP has requested the government to reconsider the development of the Boeung Prek Toap lake area in Preah Sihanouk province.
Members of the Supreme Consultative Council are expected to gather today.
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.
Pich Sros, president of Cambodian Youth Party, said on Sunday that many people turned out to vote in Tboung Khmum province where he voted.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng calls on all law enforcement agencies to stop discriminating.
As Cambodian Youth Party leaders struggle to inform voters of who they are, CPP is teaching villagers how to vote.
The Cambodian Youth Party signals that it plans to file a complaint with the election commission over bias.
Three political parties contesting the election slam the government, accusing it of abusing human rights.
PM says Cambodia remains a democracy because both big and small political parties will participate in the national election.
A third political party registers its candidates for the election in July.
The Ministry of Labour is providing a lawyer for Moeun Tola.
The National Election Committee confirms the CPP secured all 58 seats to be filled.
The minor political parties that fell short of winning any Senate seats issue statements that they support the election results.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party yesterday enjoyed a landslide victory in the Senate election, winning all 58 seats available.
Preliminary results of the Senate election released today by the ruling party shows the CPP garnering all seats.
NEC will hold a public draw to determine the order in which political parties will appear on the ballots for senate elections.
Three members of the National Election Committee, each nominated by the CNRP, submit their resignation following the dissolution of the opposition party.
The National Police are poised to prevent protests against the Supreme Court as it hears the case to dissolve the opposition CNRP.
Fifty-five opposition CNRP lawmakers will immediately lose their salaries if the party is dissolved by the Supreme Court.
The Interior Ministry orders creation of task forces to prevent toppling of government.