Ngin Saorath, executive director of the Cambodian Disabled People’s Organisation, said yesterday that the NEC had provided extra care in facilitating their vote.
Prime Minister Hun Sen’s Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) claimed an overwhelming victory in the country’s national election on Sunday.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng has said that the national election on Sunday was free, fair and was conducted smoothly without any major problems.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party secured 76.78 percent of valid votes nationwide on Sunday, meaning that it will likely gain all 125 seats in the National Assembly.
The Takeo Provincial Election Commission has received 200 complaints.
Kampong Cham Residents express concern about the lack of energy during the count process for Sunday’s national election.
Siem Reap province – Siem Reap provincial election commission received more than 100 complaints from political parties across the province over the election process, an official said.
People in Kampong Cham province seem quiet after they casted ballots in the general election yesterday, with some saying the disappearance of the CNRP is to blame.
The National Election Committee said that the national election was a resounding success, with 82.17 percent vote.
A group of international observers said yesterday that the national election went smoothly with many Cambodians going to vote.
The Grassroots Democratic Party is expecting to win a majority of seats in Takeo province.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party has thanked all voters who cast ballots during today’s national election, noting that 82.17 percent of registered voters showed up.
The National Election Committee has summed up election day as a success, noting 80.49 percent of registered voters cast ballots and that there was no violence.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and his wife casted their ballots in Kandal province’s Takhmao city and witnessed by dozens of national and international observers.
With 19 other contenders on Sunday’s ballot, the ruling CPP looks set to dominate the election.
Stung Treng Authorities designate at least ten polling stations to higher grounds.
Radio personality and author Jean Francois Tain shares his ideas on local and regional geopolitics, and how he used this concept in his books to spread knowledge and awareness.
Unions representing thousands of workers have urged garment workers to vote in the national election.
City Hall has beefed up security in the capital ahead of the last national election campaign day on Friday.
The Khmer National United Party says it expects ten to 15 percent of former CNRP supporters to vote for the party.
Interior Minister says voting to choose a leader democratically is better than the government being changed through a military coup.
The Grassroots Democratic Party announces that it would continue contesting the national election after witnessing improved security.
Cambodia’s upcoming general election on July 29 looks set to be its most controversial since its first national election in 1993.
With the national election just around the corner, the National Election Committee has so far approved a total of 56 international observers.
Voter turnout will be up to 80 percent in the national election despite the now-dissolved CNRP’s call for a boycott.
Political parties are dedicating more of their resources to digital campaigns as the national election nears
A new party was created and registered a day before the national election campaign started on July 7.
Interior Ministry is investigating calls on Vietnamese nationals to vote in the election.
For almost 40 years, Cambodia has truly been blessed with fruitful results under the Royal Government of Cambodia with Samdech Techo Hun Sen as prime minister and CPP at the core.
The Interior Ministry is investigating a Facebook account that fabricated news that Vietnamese Association has called on its citizens to vote in the election on 29 July.