Competing political parties are vital to pluralism and liberalism. Such is the hallmark of Cambodian democracy today.
Pakistan will hold a general election on July 25 and President Mamnoon Hussain has approved the date.
Ratanakkiri Governor orders action against calls to boycott of the upcoming election.
Antonio L. Rappa predicts that the power balance in Thailand, after the 2019 general election, will continue to shift towards the military leaders and away from the people.
Maduro orders the expulsion of two US diplomats in retaliation for sanctions over Venezuela’s widely-condemned election.
Venezuela’’ opposition claim a moral victory after massive abstention marred President Nicolas Maduro’s re-election.
Politics run in the veins of Kong Monika, who created the new Khmer Will Party with the aim of it being the main contender against the ruling Cambodia People’s Party.
Najib Razak is expected to give a statement to an anti-graft agency today.
The May 9 general election in Malaysia provides many valuable insights and lessons as well – and could serve as a wakeup call to Cambodia and Cambodian politicians.
Hundreds gather in Bangkok for the 2010 deadly crackdown on a protest.
The 2018 Malaysian general election has finally come to an end, bringing about a historic change in the country’s political landscape.
Two election watchdogs will not register since their situation room was blacklisted.
Jailed Malaysian reformist Anwar Ibrahim was granted a full pardon and walked free from a hospital in Kuala Lumpur.
Dissolved CNRP has lashed out at the NEC for ending registration of political parties.
Twenty political parties register to participate in the upcoming national election in July.
Thailand’s military regime seems bent on manipulating the electoral landscape suggesting that the ruling generals, who staged the coup in 2014, want to hang on to power for as long as possible, writes.
MALAYSIAN voters finally did it! So did the opposition coalition known as Pakatan Harapan (Alliance of Hope), which on Wednesday managed to overcome racial differences and break the six-decade dominance of the United Malay National Organisation (Umno) at the polls.
The Court of Appeal yesterday upheld insurrection convictions against 11 former CNRP activists and officials who were jailed for their involvement in a protest to demand access to Freedom Park following the disputed 2013 election.
The opposition coalition Pakatan Harapan (PH) stunningly won the Malaysia election with 113 seats out of 222 seats.
Najib Razak says he accepted “the verdict of the people” after his ruling coalition failed.
Malaysia’s veteran ex-leader Mahathir Mohamad, 92, won a historic election victory.
Malaysian PM long-ruling coalition took a slight lead in early vote counting.
PM says that he will be prime minister for the next ten years to break the world record.
Few doubt Razak’s Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition will triumph in tomorrow’s poll.
The Iran-backed Shi’ite group Hezbollah looks set to win more than half the seats.
A Malaysian opposition leader is being investigated for alleged defamatory remarks.
The dissolved CNRP calls for a political settlement to participate in the election.
The Foreign Affairs assures China that the 2018 national election will be free and fair.
PM says Cambodia remains a democracy because both big and small political parties will participate in the national election.
Sam Rainsy, since he was booted out of the royalist FUNCINPEC Party in 2004 has always maintained his stance on prevailing political conditions in the country until now.