The official election results are scheduled to be announced tomorrow since the National Election Committee and the Constitutional Council said that they received no complaint against the preliminary election results.
The Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation (CEC) lauded the election process in Cambodia, which it found being open, free, and transparent. It expressed its appreciation for the involvement by Cambodia’s National Election Committee’s (NEC).
Japan’s ruling party, the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP,) congratulated the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) on its electoral success and pledged to help strengthen the counties’ relationship in a letter given to Hun Sen.
The Philippine government congratulated Cambodia for holding a peaceful and orderly election on July 29, saying that it is committed to working with a new government.
Prime Minister Hun Sen said that a new government is scheduled to be formed early next month after he has discussed with legal officials and met with the King.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on those who turned out to vote and those who did not vote not to discriminate each other.
Prime Minister Hun Sen said today that Cambodia conduced a free and fair election on Sunday with higher voter turnout.
Siem Reap province – Siem Reap provincial election commission received more than 100 complaints from political parties across the province over the election process, an official said.
People in Kampong Cham province seem quiet after they casted ballots in the general election yesterday, with some saying the disappearance of the CNRP is to blame.
Cambodia’s general election showed an impressive turnout of more than 82 percent.
The voter turnout at Cambodia’s sixth national election was 82.17% percent of the total of 8,380,217, registered voters or 6,885,729 according to figures announced by the NEC.
The National Election Committee has summed up election day as a success, noting 80.49 percent of registered voters cast ballots and that there was no violence.
Polling stations nationwide have closed as of 3pm, with the National Election Committee recording a higher voter turnout this when compared to the 2013 election.
The voter turnout at Cambodia’s sixth national election is estimated at 75 percent as at 3:00 PM today, according to reliable sources
The head of the Siem Reap election commission said today that he expects voter turnout to top figures from 2013 in the province, a claim doubted by one party.
The Grassroots Democratic Party is expecting to win a majority of seats in Takeo province.
About 60 percent of registered voters across the country have turned out to vote in the national election thus far, according to the National Election Committee.
The National Election Committee (NEC) met with international observers at NEC headquarters on Saturday, July 28 – the eve of Election Day.
The Cambodian Nationality Party on Friday conducted its final campaign in Phnom Penh with a few thousands of supporters and members.
About 1,500 members and supporters of Funcinpec were marching through Phnom Penh in its final campaign on Friday.
Radio personality and author Jean Francois Tain shares his ideas on local and regional geopolitics, and how he used this concept in his books to spread knowledge and awareness.
The Interior Ministry is investigating a Facebook account that fabricated news that Vietnamese Association has called on its citizens to vote in the election on 29 July.
The National Election Committee said that indelible ink to be used in the election on July 29 cannot be washed off after its test.