Prime Minister Hun Sen on Thursday said that the coup in 1970 that resulted in the removal of Prince Norodom Sihanouk as head of state was orchestrated by Marshal Lon Nol with a foreign country’s support.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday was bestowed with an honorary doctorate degree on political relations from Thailand’s Krirk University.
PM calls on Cambodian Labour Confederation President Ath Thorn to stop urging protest.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has ordered all district governors in Phnom Penh not to take part in his public gatherings and should focus more on their daily works to deal with all issues.
Deputy Prime Minister Men Sam An called on authorities to heed a directive issued by Prime Minister Hun Sen against lending of farmland to foreigners
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on relevant authorities to continue curbing illegal smuggling of timer across borders and protect natural resources.
Prime Minister Hun Sen said that his lawyers have prepared to file dozens of lawsuits against former opposition leader Sam Rainsy over insulting and will seek to seize all of his property for compensation.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today said that he will not have the constitution amended to allow for capital punishment against those found guilty of sexual violence against children after getting input from legal experts.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng yesterday during a meet with members of civil society warned attendees to carefully choose their words when referring to the country’s leadership.
Don’t worry about an increase of Chinese people, Hun Sen says
Prime Minister Hun Sen said that he planned to request royal pardons for 12 former members of dissolved CNRP in the upcoming national holidays.
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.
Prime Minister Hun Sen said today that Cambodia conduced a free and fair election on Sunday with higher voter turnout.
For almost 40 years, Cambodia has truly been blessed with fruitful results under the Royal Government of Cambodia with Samdech Techo Hun Sen as prime minister and CPP at the core.
The government releases a report high-lighting its biggest economic achievements in the last 20 years.
The Supreme Court upheld a previous court decision to imprison political analyst Kim Sok for 18 months.
Prime Minister Hun Sen announced that Cambodia will sign an agreement with China to construct one more ring road for the Phnom Penh municipality.
Prime Minister Hun Sen asked people to be less critical about the heavy flooding in parts of Phnom Penh following Monday’s torrential rains.
Speaking at the ground-breaking ceremony for the Choam Chao overpass, Prime Minister announced that residents legally living along the canals in Phnom Penh will get land titles.
Over the past few decades, the relationship between Cambodia and Japan has been peaceful and prosperous.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has reiterated that he rules the country for 10 more years to eliminate the treasonous group who attempted to topple the government through a colour revolution.
Prime Minister Hun Sen called on authorities to prevent unwarranted land clearing and he acknowledged that people with influence and money use commoners to do the dirty work.
The cabinet discussed, drafted, and approved new statutes. These measures will affect the composition of the Council of Ministers, the appointment procedure for secretaries of state, and the modalities for granting or revoking Cambodian citizenship.
Since his National Rescue Party was dissolved last year by the Cambodian government, CNRP’s former president Sam Rainsy has embarked on a worldwide campaign to build international pressure on Hun Sen’s government.
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen and Chinese Foreign Affairs Minister Wang Yi met in Vietnam, discussed their countries’ bilateral relationship and issues of region and international importance.
Prime Minister Hun Sen reaffirmed that no political crisis existed and the upcoming elections will take place as scheduled.
Australia agrees to grant US$67.7 million to Cambodia to promote its development in 2018.
PM says he is hopeful that the upcoming summit between North and South Korea will help ease the tensions on the peninsula.
About 300 people gather at PM’s cabinet to interfere against a cheating company.