CPP spokesman Sok Eysan yesterday hinted at potential further strains in relations with the United States and European Union.
Registered political parties begin campaigning for the upcoming council elections.
CPP slams the US for criticising the government over perceived political restrictions.
Monika said that now-dissolved party’s “positive change” message does not amount to overthrowing the government.
Political parties which registered to join the provincial and district council election have started their campaigning today.
CPP spokesman Sok Eysan responds to a resolution regarding the Everything-but-arms trade status review.
Prime Minister Hun Sen last week issued a letter telling CPP officials to be ready to prevent a colour revolution should former opposition leader Sam Rainsy return to the Kingdom.
Deputy Prime Minister calls on CPP party officials to work twice as hard in order to win council elections later this month.
Deputy Prime Minister Men Sam An on Saturday called on CPP party officials to work twice as hard in order to win council elections later this month.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday thanked Muslims for supporting the CPP during a Ramadan dinner in Phnom Penh.
PM responds to two Facebook posts made by Sam Rainsy.
CPP’s Central Committee says a delegation to Sri Lanka was successful.
A delegation to Sri Lanka for two international meetings to discuss social security.
Culture Minister calls on Cambodians to get reacquainted with their traditions,
PM decided to eliminate seven public/bank holidays as of 2020 in a bid to ease business’ concerns over productivity and to make the Kingdom more competitive.
A few days ago, former parliamentarians of the late CNRP launched a call for national reconciliation, mentioning in particular the very short episode of the culture of dialogue. We can only rejoice at this state of mind that seems to mimic the CPP’s opponents.
Pa Socheatvong steps down from his CPP lawmaker position.
A CPP spokesman yesterday urged banned former CNRP officials loyal to Kem Sokha to make a request with Prime Minister Hun Sen in order to return to politics.
CPP has called on its members to work hand-in-hand to promote its platforms.
Prime Minister Hun Sen vows not to bow to international pressure and rallied his ruling CPP party to silence remnants of the former opposition party and prepare the Kingdom to stand tall once the EBA is gone.
A senior CPP official condemns Rainsy for perceived prejudice against the Chinese.
Despite the dissolution of the CNRP, many of its former commune councillors and chiefs who had their positions revoked are hopeful the party will return to the political arena.
Supporters of the former opposition party open a two-week conference in the US.
The Khmer National United Party has addressed concerns about the amount of time Funcinpec is taking to join forces in order to be a legitimate contender in future elections.
Forty-four political parties are registered to legally conduct activities in the Kingdom.
Forty-four political parties are registered to legally conduct activities in the Kingdom, according to an Interior Ministry report.
The year saw many intriguing developments, along with several tragedies that included a spate of deadly wine poisonings in Kratie province and the cover up of a murder.
The ruling CPP concluded a three-day congress by filling seven vacant positions.
Chairman of the Commission on Foreign Affairs meets with a French National Assembly member to discuss EBA.