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.
Hundreds of former opposition members banned from politics could return to the arena after the National Assembly yesterday approved an amendment to the Law on Political Parties.
PM slams a Facebook user who claimed that Interior Minister and Senate president would be removed from their positions.
The chairman of the Commission on Economy, Finance, Banking and Audit yesterday reiterated his view that the Kingdom’s foreign debt should not be a cause of major concern yet, as it is at just over 32 percent of gross domestic product (GDP).
PM dismisses a claim that former opposition party official Kong Korm was a spy.
A CPP spokesman slams a political analyst for calling on the King to mediate discussions between PM and Sam Rainsy.
Ahead of a mission to the Kingdom by UN’s Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Cambodia, a CPP spokesman yesterday said Cambodia has never been sanctioned by the UN for violating human rights, noting that the rapporteur and other rights workers are biased.
Political and legal experts question the legitimacy of the government after elections.
The government marks the 25th anniversary of the constitution by defending it.
A CPP party spokesman has lashed out at outgoing US Ambassador William Heidt over his comments that he wanted Cambodia to have a more open political system in the coming years.
Thirty-eight new CPP lawmakers took their oaths at the Royal Palace.
In a bid to rid the country of corruption, Interior Minister Sar Kheng urged CPP officials to eliminate the practice of paying bribes for promotions.
The release on bail of Kem Sokha was a milestone in promoting national reconciliation after more than a year of political tensions.
Newly-elected CPP lawmakers, who held positions in the government, officially resigned from the National Assembly.
Prime Minister Hun Sen defends his choice to keep his whole cabinet unchanged.
King Norodom Sihamoni legitimised the Supreme Consultative Council and appointed 30 representatives of 16 political parties as advisors to the government at the request of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
After being sworn in at the Royal Palace the new cabinet (Council of Ministers) held its first meeting, at which the Prime Minister defended the decision to not change its membership.