Trump and Obama make duelling election appearances, offering sharply different views.
The Maldives’ Supreme Court dismisses the outgoing president’s petition.
Attorney Suon Visal becomes the Bar Association of Cambodia’s president.
22 are dead, while 36 others wounded in a bomb blast on an election gathering.
Prime Minister Hun Sen told his supporters in New York that the former opposition party has deceived Cambodian people living abroad into giving it the money with promise to offer them government positions if it won the election.
The problem is that it is unclear whether Mr Abe has anything new to offer Japanese voters after six years in power.
Constitutional Court confirms election victory.
Former main opposition party releases a statement challenging the legitimacy of Hun Sen’s candidacy as Prime Minister.
King Norodom Sihamoni appoints Hun Sen as PM with the duty of organising a government for approval by the NA.
King Norodom Sihamoni issued the royal degree reassigning Hun Sen as Prime Minister on Friday, Aug. 17.
Following a Constitutional Council decision to uphold fines against three former opposition party officials over an election boycott campaign last month, a council official said the men could potentially face prison and further fines if they did not accept the decision.
A Cambodian People’s Party official on Sunday said that the government has correctly handled the way land disputes are solved and accused some protestors of being paid to raise the issue during election season.
The National Election Committee yesterday seemed set to delay the release of its official election results after a recount was demanded by the Cambodian Youth Party, which subsequently withdrew its complaint just hours later.
Political parties yesterday offered mixed reactions to the preliminary election result released by the National Election Committee over the weekend, which showed a resounding victory for the ruling CPP.
Nearly 1,500 protesting factory workers in Svay Teab district agree to resume work following an agreement by the company.
Nearly 1,500 workers at the lamp-producing Sheng Yao factory in Svay Teab have gone on strike after claiming their wages were docked.
As Prime Minister Hun Sen moves with remarkable speed and determination to establish the new cabinet of the 6th mandate of Royal Government, the line up of the cabinet itself is shrouded in secrecy.
The NEC upholds charges against five ex-CNRP officials over election boycott campaign.
The royalist Funcinpec party has vowed to iron out its party’s years-long infighting.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said that a new government is scheduled to be formed ahead of schedule early next month after he discussed the move with legal officials.
July 29, 2018 was the day that Cambodians exercised their democratic rights and obligations. Overall, the election process was smooth.
Public debates on Japan’s position on Cambodia’s July election have gained steam after Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono reportedly expressed his “disappointment” over the July 29 election.
The Cambodian ruling elites were relieved to learn that the voter turnout rate was much higher than expected and the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) received an unprecedented victory in the “controversial” 6th parliamentary election.
The Grassroots Democratic Party president has accused the ruling CPP of intimidating voters and bribing them for support in order to secure a sweeping victory in the national election last month.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday challenged former opposition members criticising the election as rigged for the ruling CPP to do so again after accepting that they will die if wrong.
The National Trade Union Confederation says that factory workers who took time off to vote in the national election have not filed any disputes against employers.
The Union of Journalist Federation of Cambodia (UJFC) reports that journalists exercised full freedom and a played vital role in the sixth parliamentary election (2018).
The National Election Committee has countered accusations from the League for Democracy Party, which claimed that its political observers were forced to sign forms accepting election results at polling stations.
Bangladesh police have launched a crackdown on dangerous driving.
The president of rights group Adhoc has expressed concern over Cambodia’s political situation which could result in international sanctions, urging the government and the dissolved CNRP to seek a political solution.