The tripartite commission (union, government, employers) tasked with determining the minimum wage for workers in the textile, garment and footwear industries have agreed to increase the minimum wage to $182, beginning January 2019.
Thirty-eight new CPP lawmakers took their oaths at the Royal Palace to replace elected parliamentary members who resigned in order to keep their government posts.
Newly-elected CPP lawmakers, who held positions in the government, officially resigned from the National Assembly.
Prime Minister Hun Sen defends his choice to keep his whole cabinet unchanged.
King Norodom Sihamoni has legitimised the Supreme Consultative Council.
The much-anticipated cabinet reshuffle to kick off the sixth mandate of the Royal Government turned from a rumble on the Mekong to mere poof that it is business-as-usual – consolidating the success of conservatives in their positions.
King Norodom Sihamoni yesterday presided over the National Assembly’s opening session to pave the way for the creation of a new government.
King Norodom Sihamoni presided over the National Assembly’s opening session and said that Cambodia must stand united to move the country forward.
With a new government set to be formed on Thursday, Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday warned that lazy ministers would lose their positions if they continued to not do their jobs.
The main task of the new Cambodian government is to deliver what it has promised, especially in terms of raising the living standard of its citizens.
Ministry says the first order of business for the new government is to approve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Firebrand political analyst Kim Sok slams the Supreme Consultative Council.
The ruling CPP yesterday said it will not relinquish a single parliamentary seat to other parties that contested the national election after sweeping all 125.
While Prime Minister Hun Sen may be inclined to adopt some measures of “old wine in a new bottle”, the fact that some party seniors are talking about “old wine in an old bottle” is troubling to say the least.
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.
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.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has asked legal officials to explore if it would be possible to form the new government earlier than expected, possibly by month’s end.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says a new government is scheduled to be formed next month.
More than 2,500 leaders from government, business, civil society, international organisations, academia, media and the arts will gather in Davos.
Cambodian journalists met with spokespeople from the government at the forum held on Friday.
Cambodia applauds debt settlement approach with the Czech Republic.
Cambodia’s military leaders expressed outrage and condemned over ex-opposition party leader Sam Rainsy, who called to a coup.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng asks sub-national level officials to strengthen their cooperation and stop competing with one another.