PM highlights the move to give former opposition party members a return.
Interior Minister issues a fire safety reminder over the current hot and dry spell.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng today issued a fire safety reminder over the current hot and dry spell following a blaze in Mondolkiri province which killed two teenagers on Monday evening.
Riel Khemarin becomes the latest former opposition official to file a request to have his political ban lifted.
Interior Minister urges people, especially those living in remote areas, to report cases of drug trafficking.
Edgar asks the government to ensure better political space in Cambodia.
Interior Minister orders the Counter Counterfeit Committee to crack down harder.
Several former opposition CNRP members met over the weekend to discuss the possibility of applying to have their political ban lifted, a move that has only been made by three so far.
Interior Minister instructs a smooth registration process for the sub-national election.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng yesterday urged Battambang provincial authorities to continue paying attention in implementing safe village and commune policies and continue addressing people’s problems.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng asks Khmer Power Party president Soung Sophorn to change the party’s name.
Officials are called to avoid using state resources to facilitate political parties.
Interior Minister says the progress of issuing identification cards for citizens has been slow due to the country’s political situation.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng yesterday instructed his subordinates to immediately respond to any media criticisms made without having to wait for an order.
Interior Minister calls to avoid deploying soldiers to crack down on protesters.
Interior Minister instructs all police chiefs to strengthen discipline in their units.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has officially endorsed a decentralisation proposal aimed at restructuring the management of cities and their districts as part of a bid to expand public services and enhancing the roles of local administrations.
PM issues two sub-decrees reclassifying two communes in Phnom Penh as districts.
Interior Minister warns that the number of fatalities in traffic accidents could double this year if preventative measures are not taken.
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.
Interior Minister denies an accusation by Rainsy that he told the latter not to return to Cambodia following his flight to France.
PJ prison director who came under fire for neglecting his duties is to be transferred.
Interior Minister is asked to decide whether Major General Pech Yon should be transferred to the ministry’s General Prison Department.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng has said that Vietnamese prisoners jailed in Thailand cannot be transferred to Cambodian prisons.
PM says banned opposition party members can only be allowed back upon request.
PM slams a Facebook user who claimed that Interior Minister and Senate president would be removed from their positions.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng says that illegal surrogacy is spreading in the Kingdom.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng yesterday hinted that former opposition leader Kem Sokha could be included on a list of former opposition members who will likely soon see a five-year ban on political activity lifted.
Interior Minister says an amendment to the law on political parties is needed.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng is monitoring the progress of a draft law aimed at addressing the problem of surrogacy in the Kingdom.