Deputy Prime Minister Men Sam An on Sunday called on Muslims in the Kingdom to oppose foreigners who meddle in Cambodia’s internal affairs and attempt to bring about a colour revolution.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has vowed to protect peace and people’s lives as long as he leads the Kingdom.
On June 12, the US Department of the Treasury sanctioned Major General Hing Bun Hieng for alleged criminal activities without concrete evidence.
Gen Bun Hieng vows to suppress any US nationals tied to a colour revolution attempt.
Russian ambassador to Cambodia highlights the benefits of bilateral relationship.
Prime Minister Hun Sen reiterates that he will rule the country for ten more years.
The Cambodian Confederation of Unions calls on the government to release former CNRP leader Kem Sokha.
The Cambodian Confederation of Unions today calls on the government to release former CNRP leader Kem Sokha.
Cambodia’s progress has not been portrayed fairly by some media, argues Suos Yara. These media outlets, he writes, are just parroting opposition views and kowtowing to the NGOs, and help to perpetuate a situation of doom and gloom.
PM says Cambodia has succeeded in preventing the CNRP from overthrowing the gov’t.
It goes without saying that a number of Western countries are in the business of regime change. It is usually the same Western countries engaging in regime change and for the sake of simplicity I would like to call this group of Western countries “The West”.
PM Hun Sen reacts to the United States imposing aid cuts on Cambodia, saying the move was politically motivated.
I am a foreign retiree and have been living in Cambodia for several years now after becoming fed up with Thailand, where I tried to retire to quite a few years ago.
The US and the EU have taken a gradual approach to put pressure on Cambodia. They have threatened to impose economic sanctions if the political development is not reversed and democracy is not restored.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry issues a report detailing and defending the arrest of former opposition CNRP leader Kem Sokha.
Members of the ruling CPP’s Permanent Central Committee voted yesterday to support the Prime Minister as the party’s candidate for the general election.
Cuba says it supports Cambodia’s crackdown on colour revolution.
The Royal Cambodian Armed Forces has received 295 medals over the last 18 years.
PM hails the government’s success in preventing a colour revolution as he presided over a ceremony to celebrate Victory Day.
Interior Minister says the decision to dissolve the opposition CNRP was the right measure to avoid bloodshed in the country.
Since the victory 39 years ago on January 7, Cambodia has been developing and now had a vibrant economy, says PM.
The National Police has reaffirmed that it succeeded in preventing terrorism.
Cambodia’s National Police chief said his forces had succeeded in preventing terrorism and defeated the alleged “colour revolution” of the (CNRP).
Relations between Cambodia and US hit their lowest point after the arrest of CNRP leader Kem Sokha and the dissolution of his party.
Prime Minister Hun Sen said yesterday that Cambodia had successfully cracked down on what he described as a colour revolution movement.
Through this open letter, Cambodian people hope and believe that you better understand our people’s wishes.
Civil society this year marked International Human Rights Day much differently than last year.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has affirmed that the Cambodian Centre for Human Rights will not be shut down.
UN’s representative is concerned over the government’s investigation of a prominent human rights group.