CPP: Failed attempts to return may have been staged to gain public attention.
Top CPP leaders reminisce their four decades of achievements.
Em Sovannara says Cambodia’s politics has little chance of achieving reconciliation.
With little hope in next year’s commune election.
CPP blasts ex-CNRP leaders over their failure to return to Cambodia today as promised.
Ex-CNRP former leadership figures plan to return to the Kingdom early next year
The contributions from both sides of the political divide have raised questions.
Ly Srey Vyna, a physician and former opposition party lawmaker, has joined the CPP.
Justice Ministry: ex-CNRP members are using US election’s results for “political gain”.
PM: CPP will not negotiate with opponents who have committed illegal acts.
Despite being labelled as “betrayers” of CNRP, those politicians are moving forward.
CPP cancels its annual meeting to commemorate the 42nd anniversary of Victory Day.
Justice Ministry and CPP slam the call for investigations into “extrajudicial murders”.
Two people impersonating CPP’s Cabinet leaders are arrested and sent to court in connection with money fraud.
They are working hard during visits to the ground to help villagers: NA spokesman.
PM says the CPP will not have the Constitution amended from 50% plus one system.
CPP supports the WHO announcement which considered COVID-19 as an emergency and international concern.
CPP ends its two-day 42nd Convention of the Fifth Term Central Committee.
Kheng said he is now working on the problem to ensure effectiveness.
About 200 members of the CPP’s youth wing salute victims of the Khmer Rouge.
Eight former CNRP members apply to form a new party with the Interior Ministry.
On January 7, Cambodia is to celebrate the 41st anniversary of the day the capital was captured from the Khmer Rouge.
PM asks CPP members to start preparing for the commune elections in 2022.
The CPP’s Mass Movement begins a congress to review the work results of 2019.
Former CNRP members plan to form new political party.
The failure of Sam Rainsy’s plan to overthrow the government via what he calls a “populist uprising” creates a new turning point in Cambodian politics.
Thousands to commemorate the 41st anniversary of the founding of the SFDCM.
Kong Bora, a former CNRP lawmaker, who had his political ban lifted then joined the CPP in October, speaks to KT.
The National Assembly today ratified the 1985 supplementary treaty and 2005 agreement on border demarcation between Cambodia and Vietnam to foster good relations and maintain peace along borders of the two nations.
A former CNRP member who recently joined CPP, is appointed to a senior position.