The future of the Kingdom’s economic development and its people’s fate depends on a new generation of young politicians.
Monika clarifies that “positive change” slogan does not mean overthrowing the gov’t.
Monika said that now-dissolved party’s “positive change” message does not amount to overthrowing the government.
The Cambodian Youth Party’s president, Pich Sros, spoke to Khmer Times and criticized the way the debate in the Supreme Consultative Council, which handled the proposed National Budget for 2019, was conducted.
The Khmer Will Party has called on democrats from other political parties to join its ranks in a move to build up a robust opposition to challenge the powerhouse CPP.
Off the 15 parties battling for seats in Battambang province only the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) held a big one on the last day of electoral campaigning.
The National Election Committee is to announce preliminary election results on August 11 and the official results on September 11.
Politics run in the veins of Kong Monika, who created the new Khmer Will Party with the aim of it being the main contender against the ruling Cambodia People’s Party.
Son of a former CNRP official submits an application to form a new political party.