Phnom Penh and Siem Reap will each host a tourism business fair next month, an expo that will serve as a platform for local and international businesses to connect and increase their networks.
THE National Election Committee says it has not received any formal complaints.
The UK criticises the national election, saying it’s undermined by authorities.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said that Cambodia conducted a free and fair election on Sunday with a higher voter turnout.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng has said that the national election on Sunday was free, fair and was conducted smoothly without any major problems.
Cambodian People’s Party Prey Veng officials express their satisfaction over the results of Sunday’s election.
With 19 other contenders on Sunday’s ballot, the ruling CPP looks set to dominate the election.
With the national election just around the corner, the National Election Committee has so far approved a total of 56 international observers.
Prime Minister Hun Sen once again reminds the public not to consume alcohol on the eve and on the day of the national election.
Prime Minister Hun Sen instructs all authorities and ministries to stay neutral during the election campaign.
As the July 29 national election nears, Khmer Times COO Kay Kimsong interviews National Election Committee spokesman Dim Sovannarom on some critical issues that concern the public before the vote.