Chan Sophal argues that the current form of democracy in the country is a recipe for continued division and a huge barrier to national unity.
The minor political parties that fell short of winning any Senate seats issue statements that they support the election results.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party yesterday enjoyed a landslide victory in the Senate election, winning all 58 seats available.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday ordered former deputy prime minister Lu Lay Sreng to pay Prime Minister Hun Sen $125,000 in compensation for defamation.
Funcinpec president is denied appointing a Chinese businessman as vice-president.
Prince Norodom Ranariddh appoints a Chinese-Cambodian as the party’s new vice president.
Prince Sisowath Chakrey Noukpol warns he would stage mass protests in front of the Chinese embassy.
The Candlelight Party has not registered to join the senate election, but four other parties will run, including the ruling CPP and Funcinpec.
The National Assembly votes to ratify a lawmaker from the royalist Funcipec Party as its First Vice President.
Prince Norodom Ranariddh meets with Bangladeshi PM Sheikh Hasina to discuss their past efforts to develop the region.
The National Election Committee has reallocated more than 5,000 of the CNRP’s old commune seats to six political parties.
Politicians from various parties agree democracy will continue in Cambodia.
Three members of the National Election Committee, each nominated by the CNRP, submit their resignation following the dissolution of the opposition party.
The Supreme Court dissolves the opposition CNRP on treason charges in a ruling condemned by rights groups as the death of democracy in the country.
The National Police are poised to prevent protests against the Supreme Court as it hears the case to dissolve the opposition CNRP.
Funcinpec files another lawsuit against former deputy prime minister Lu Lay Sreng.
The Interior Ministry orders creation of task forces to prevent toppling of government.
The director of the central department of public order orders National Police forces to toughen up security as the Supreme Court prepares to debate the dissolution of the opposition CNRP.
A lawyer for the Prime Minister appears in court to discuss a lawsuit against Lu Lay Sreng.
Prime Minister Hun Sen bets his life on the fact the CNRP will be dissolved by the Supreme Court, saying more than 100 opposition standing committee members will be banned.
Prince Norodom Ranariddh, whose Funcinpec Party has filed a complaint against the opposition CNRP, spoke to Alan Parkhouse about his return to political prominence.
A lawyer representing the Prime Minister is summoned to discuss a defamation lawsuit.
Prince Norodom Ranariddh says his party will meet to pick 60 out of 123 senior party members to take up parliamentary positions if the CNRP is dissolved.
The Supreme Court schedules a hearing over the dissolution of the CNRP for next month.
Lawyers for Prime Minister Hun Sen, the Justice Ministry and Funcinpec party file three defamation lawsuits against former deputy prime minister Lu Lay Sreng.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and Funcinpec party president Prince Norodom Ranariddh will file complaints against former deputy prime minister Lu Lay Sreng for defamation.
Lawyers are perplexed on the interpretation of existing laws which may support or reject possible attempts to dissolve the opposition CNRP.
The Interior Ministry files a complaint to the Supreme Court, asking to dissolve the CNRP.
Two political parties are to file lawsuits asking the Supreme Court to dissolve the opposition CNRP.
The Khmer National United Party will have an internal meeting to elect a new party president after Nhek Bun Chhay resigns.