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.
The government sets February 27 as annual National Clean City Day to remind people to care for the country’s urban areas.
Nearly 40 people died and 70 injured over the three-day Chinese New Year.
Last year, rice exports increased by 17.3 percent, reaching 635,679 tonnes.
Deputy Prime Minister Bin Chhin met with the newly appointed Indian ambassador and both sides vowed to further bilateral cooperation, trade and investment between the two nations.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called for an investigation into why workers and students faint in factories and schools.
The Supreme Court upholds a lower court verdict against land activist Tep Vanny who was last year convicted of violence.
PM posted on Facebook to say there is no need to change the country because people are already living in peace.
PM says organisers must arrange seating at events so that Buddhist monks sit higher than the people and the king.
Cambodia asks Japan to support the general election with financial aid and observers.
Cambodia has asked Japan to support the general election in July, including financial aid and sending observers, according to a post on Prime Minister Hun Sen’s Facebook page. The move was made after Prime Minister…
Among the many discussion topics were economic relationships, trade, defence and security cooperation, and crime fighting and counter- terrorism.