The Cambodian Nationality Party holds a large march in Phnom Penh, a day after the ruling CPP also held a march in the capital.
Young members and supporters of the ruling CPP gathered at Koh Pich Centre in Phnom Penh and then formed a cavalcade that progressed through the capital.
The National Election Committee says that it has thus far received three complaints from parties over election campaign irregularities.
Up to the sixth day of the electoral campaign, the National Election Committee says it has received three complaints from party supporters.
A CPP lawmaker lashes out at a group of officials who used state vehicles for campaigns.
Grassroots Democratic Party marches in the capital during its first major camping rally.
The ruling CPP holds its first rally for the national election with the aim to reclaim the two seats that it lost in 2013.
70 representatives of the Grassroots Democratic Party gather at Phnom Da Temple.
Five political parties over weekend begin their election campaigns with rallies across Phnom Penh.
The Cambodian Youth Party signals that it plans to file a complaint with the election commission over bias.
Funcinpec Party pledges to strengthen a judiciary system, eliminate corruption and give back all land lost during land grabbing.
Election campaigns kick off on Saturday morning in Phnom Penh and provinces as the political parties contesting the upcoming election promote their political platforms.
Election campaigning began this morning (Saturday, July 7) with thousands of people gathering at Phnom Penh’s Koh Pich (Diamond Island) for a Cambodian People’s Party rally.
With the election campaign period beginning tomorrow, parties are gearing up for large rallies to attract voters
Prime Minister Hun Sen instructs all authorities and ministries to stay neutral during the election campaign.