Our Motherland Party holds its first Phnom Penh march after Prey Veng and Svay Rieng.
The National Election Committee said that indelible ink to be used in the election on July 29 cannot be washed off after its test.
The Dharmacracy Party holds a march in Phnom Penh and will hold a series of marches in the provinces starting today.
Nicfec says the NElC’s text messages targeting Cambodian voters abroad is ineffective.
Construction of a new international airport in Siem Reap will start after the national election.
The NEC responds to a complaint made by League for Democracy Party members.
The Grassroots Democratic Party warns it would withdraw from the national election if its campaign continues to face disruptions.
The Cambodian Nationality Party holds a large march in Phnom Penh, a day after the ruling CPP also held a march in the capital.
Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia Hidehisa Horinouchi sat down with Khmer Times to discuss his country’s continued support of the Kingdom.
Prime Minister Hun Sen once again reminds the public not to consume alcohol on the eve and on the day of the national election.
Funcinpec members are hoping that their message of poverty reduction will resonate among voters.
Cambodia adheres to a multi-party liberal democracy and holds regular elections without fail.
The Civil Society Forum has trained more than 1,000 observers to oversee the election process.
Two of the 15 political parties on the ballot for the national election assembled and ran a cavalcade in Battambang.
Two minor parties are banding together to challenge the ruling CPP in the election.
Local real estate sector continues to thrive and is not likely to suffer from a downturn.
The government releases a report high-lighting its biggest economic achievements in the last 20 years.
Two political parties are prepared to kick off their election campaigns in Pursat.
The government has effectively implemented information technology systems to battle corruption, especially through the use of automatic payment systems.
As the July 29 national election nears, Khmer Times COO Kay Kimsong interviews National Election Committee spokesman Dim Sovannarom on some critical issues that concern the public before the vote.
Senior National Police officials deny reports that officers’ salaries are being cut to fund the ruling CPP’s election campaign.
CPP leaders told their youth members to prepare for the upcoming national election and enhance their solidarity.
PM rejects claims that the government will stop providing social protection for garment workers.
NEC recognises a dozen international observers to monitor the national election in July.
Education Ministry announces that students in higher institutions must be given three days off to take part in the upcoming election.
Prime Minister Hun Sen calls on all political parties to campaign ethically and refrain from attacking their competitors.
The Prime Minister has ordered the authorities to protect all political party candidates and their activists to make for a free and fair national election.
Prime Minister Hun Sen reiterates a call for garment workers to support his ruling CPP.
The Indonesian government to dispatch observers to monitor the national election.
The newly-established Khmer Rise Party is among 20 parties contesting the upcoming national election.