With 19 other contenders on Sunday’s ballot, the ruling CPP looks set to dominate the election.
A local election watchdog issues a statement denying that it intended to destroy the upcoming national election on July 29.
Currently Cambodia is preparing for its general elections due to be held on July 29. It appears that some opposition groups and certain NGOs are working hand-in-glove with the now defunct CNRP to disrupt this election.
702 short-term contract officials to work for the upcoming national election in July.
CNRP posts hang in the balance after approved amendments to the distribution of seats.
The Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia asks to stabilise political climate.
Prominent NGOs say they are trying to comply with the new law on organisations and will meet the Interior Ministry’s deadline.
The Interior Ministry declines to meet election watchdogs to discuss the 2018 general election.