The National Election Committee yesterday released its official election results, confirming a resounding victory for the ruling CPP which secured all 125 seats in the National Assembly.
The National Election Committee has tonight announced that the ruling CPP secured all 125 parliamentary seats in the national election last month.
The official election results are scheduled to be announced today since the National Election Committee and the Constitutional Council received no complaints against the preliminary results.
The National Election Committee yesterday seemed set to delay the release of its official election results after a recount was demanded by the Cambodian Youth Party, which subsequently withdrew its complaint just hours later.
Political parties yesterday offered mixed reactions to the preliminary election result released by the National Election Committee over the weekend, which showed a resounding victory for the ruling CPP.
Constitutional Council sets an appeal hearing for 3 former opposition party members.
The National Election Committee (NEC) announced the national election preliminary results on Saturday, August 10. The ruling Cambodian People’s Party secured a landslide victory.
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July 29, 2018 was the day that Cambodians exercised their democratic rights and obligations. Overall, the election process was smooth.
The NEC said it found no irregularities in the election results after finalising tallies submitted from the province and capital.
NEC says that five former opposition members have been fined over boycott campaign.
The Cambodian ruling elites were relieved to learn that the voter turnout rate was much higher than expected and the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) received an unprecedented victory in the “controversial” 6th parliamentary election.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday challenged former opposition members criticising the election as rigged for the ruling CPP to do so again after accepting that they will die if wrong.
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.
Union says journalists covering elections were able to operate with full freedom.
An appeal hearing will be held tomorrow for five former opposition party members over their involvement in an election boycott campaign.
The National Election Committee has countered accusations from the League for Democracy Party, which claimed that its political observers were forced to sign forms accepting election results at polling stations.
The National Election Committee started to review and verify the election results from the provinces on Saturday, August 4. The primary results will be announced on August 11.
The NEC says it has not and will not recognise any counts made by political parties for the national election.
THE National Election Committee says it has not received any formal complaints.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says a new government is scheduled to be formed next month.
Rainsy accuses the NEC of conspiring with the CPP to validate 50% of all spoiled ballots.
The National Election Committee yesterday said it received a total of 2,206 election complaints, most of which were filed by the League for Democracy Party.
Ngin Saorath, executive director of the Cambodian Disabled People’s Organisation, said yesterday that the NEC had provided extra care in facilitating their vote.
Kampong Cham Residents express concern about the lack of energy during the count process for Sunday’s national election.
Last Sunday’s national election was stunning in terms of a high voter turnout rate and landslide victory of the long-ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP).
The National Election Committee said that the national election was a resounding success, with 82.17 percent vote.
More than 1,000 garment factories gave workers time off to take part in yesterday’s election.
Political parties, citizens and some former politicians yesterday said that the election was generally conducted smoothly and with good order, safety and security.