The official election results are scheduled to be announced tomorrow since the National Election Committee and the Constitutional Council said that they received no complaint against the preliminary election results.
Cambodian Youth Party today submitted the complaint to the National Election Committee asking it to recount the ballots for his party across the country.
The National Election Committee has received complaints from five former opposition party members who were fined $2,500 each by Kampot Provincial Election Commission.
The Union of Journalist Federation of Cambodia (UJFC) reports that journalists exercised full freedom and a played vital role in the sixth parliamentary election (2018).
Dharmacracy Party president Pothitey Sawathey will send a letter to Prime Minister Hun Sen, asking him to allow all seatless political parties to present at the National Assembly’s sessions as observers.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on those who turned out to vote and those who did not vote not to discriminate each other.
The NEC responds to accusations of news presenter speaking Vietnamese.
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.
The Cambodian Nationality Party said today that the Sunday’s election was conducted freely and fairly without any violence and intimidation.
A group of international observers said yesterday that the national election went smoothly with many Cambodians going to vote.
The voter turnout at Cambodia’s sixth national election was 82.17% percent of the total of 8,380,217, registered voters or 6,885,729 according to figures announced by the NEC.
Polling stations nationwide have closed as of 3pm, with the National Election Committee recording a higher voter turnout this when compared to the 2013 election.
About 60 percent of registered voters across the country have turned out to vote in the national election thus far, according to the National Election Committee.
The National Election Committee (NEC) met with international observers at NEC headquarters on Saturday, July 28 – the eve of Election Day.
The National Election Committee said that indelible ink to be used in the election on July 29 cannot be washed off after its test.
National Election Committee has officially recognised more than 50,000 national and international election observers in the upcoming national election in July.
The National Election Committee yesterday officially recognised 16 political parties to contest the upcoming national election while extending a five-day window to review documents from four remaining parties.
The National Election Committee has asked the Interior Ministry to take legal actions against anyone who has called on the public to boycott the upcoming election in July.
NGOs and foreigners have been warned that they could face fines or expulsion from the country for causing confusion.
The NEC reveals locations that political parties will be banned from using.
The NEC gathers journalists and party representatives to witness the printing of about 25,000 ballots for the Senate election.
The NEC releases the official voter list for July’s general election, containing nearly 85 percent of eligible voters.
The National Election Committee has reaffirmed its commitment to making sure July’s general election is free and fair.
Chhun is appointed a consultant to the Cambodian Independent Teachers’ Association.
The Candlelight Party has not registered to join the Senate election, but four other political parties, have registered.
The European Commission announce the suspension of assistance to the NEC after the dissolution of the opposition CNRP.
Rong Chhun stepped down from his role as a member of the National Election Committee last month.
The National Assembly has in a decision today, recognized 16 new lawmakers from the ruling Cambodian People’s Party and voted to support three replacement members of the National Election Committee
The National Election Committee has defended its neutrality after receiving criticism from the public.