Forty-four lawmakers from three political parties lost their status yesterday in the newly-formed National Assembly after winning no seats in the July 29 national election.
Prime Minister Hun Sen meets with representatives of various political parties that contested the national election to forge the Supreme Consultative Council.
Suos Yara, a National Assembly lawmaker and spokesman for the ruling CPP, speaks to Khmer Times about the outlook of politics in the country.
Several worker unions yesterday in a statement congratulated the CPP on its historic landslide victory during last month’s national election and said that it should continue to work on behalf of factory workers.
The ruling CPP yesterday said it will not relinquish a single parliamentary seat to other parties that contested the national election after sweeping all 125.
An official who led more than 2,000 people to monitor the national election said yesterday that many other observers, from both within and outside the country, had different standards for observing the election.
The National Election Committee has tonight announced that the ruling CPP secured all 125 parliamentary seats in the national election last month.
Interior Minister urges all officials to solve the country’s social and economic problems.
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.
Ministry says Thailand and Philippines congratulate the Gov’t on a successful election.
Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn said that the former opposition’s call for voters to boycott the national election clearly failed.
The NEC said it found no irregularities in the election results after finalising tallies submitted from the province and capital.
Union says journalists covering elections were able to operate with full freedom.
The Japanese Foreign Minister has expressed concern over Cambodia’s national election.
Voter turnout rate in the 2018 national election in Cambodia is a landslide participation of more than 80 percent. The National Election Committee has not yet announced official results of the election.
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.
The NEC responds to accusations of news presenter speaking Vietnamese.
The UK criticises the national election, saying it’s undermined by authorities.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party secured about one million more votes in Sunday’s poll than it did in the 2013 national election.