As people prepare to mark the third anniversary of the murder of Kem Ley.
Newly-elected council members from three political parties will have to undergo courses on how to serve the public.
The CPP sacks Facebook personality Pheng Vannak from his position.
CPP sacks Facebook personality from position as member of party working group following his release from prison.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says the CPP government is determined to defend the Kingdom’s independence.
PM praises CPP members for their “brilliant successes” during the party’s 40-year rule.
In his remarks to commemorate the 68th founding anniversary of the Cambodian People’s Party
About 100,000 CPP members and supporters are expected to gather today.
National reconciliation between CPP and CNRP is unlikely to happen: ACADEMICS.
A high-level Centrist Democrats International delegation visits the Kingdom, as guests of Cambodian People’s Party.
NEC announces that ruling CPP won majority of seats during council elections last month.
The NEC issues official results of the sub-national elections, showing only 3 parties out of 7 parties won seats.
PM dismisses idea that CPP will use Khmer noodle gathering on Sunday for “political negotiation” with dissolved CNRP.
In a show of solidarity following criticism from former CNRP officials.
The CPP garners most of the votes on Sunday in the municipal, provincial and district council elections.
At the beginning of the previous mandate from 2013 to 2018, Prime Minister Hun Sen delivered a five-hour speech to his new cabinet lineup, in which he made it crystal clear that reform was the main agenda.
The sub-national council election is being held Sunday at 228 polling stations across the country in a smooth and good atmosphere.
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.