Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn said that the former opposition’s call for voters to boycott the national election clearly failed.
Former opposition members launch a Facebook campaign for the release of Kem Sokha.
NEC says that five former opposition members have been fined over boycott campaign.
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.
An appeal hearing will be held tomorrow for five former opposition party members over their involvement in an election boycott campaign.
The national election may have been competitive if the former opposition CNRP had participated, a scholar said yesterday during a discussion organised by Khmer Times.
The head of Siem Reap Provincial Election Commission said that the number of invalid ballots might rise when compared to the 2013 election.
The former CNRP opposition and fugitive self-exiled politician Sam Rainsy tried their best to scuttle Cambodia’s sixth general election and failed miserably.
With 19 other contenders on Sunday’s ballot, the ruling CPP looks set to dominate the election.
Transport Minister says Japan government will not cut infrastructure financing.
Cambodia’s upcoming general election on July 29 looks set to be its most controversial since its first national election in 1993.
Former CNRP officials defected to CPP. are facing struggles with their former voters.
A CPP official dismisses comments made by former opposition leader Sam Rainsy on Facebook urging the public to refrain from voting.
Veteran opposition member of the now-dissolved CNRP Pheang Sok Chan, says his former supporters would vote for the KWP.
As Cambodian Youth Party leaders struggle to inform voters of who they are, CPP is teaching villagers how to vote.
The struggling Khmer United Party is trying to garner support in Battambang.
The ruling CPP holds its first rally for the national election with the aim to reclaim the two seats that it lost in 2013.
Election campaigning began this morning (Saturday, July 7) with thousands of people gathering at Phnom Penh’s Koh Pich (Diamond Island) for a Cambodian People’s Party rally.
Two minor parties are banding together to challenge the ruling CPP in the election.
China expresses its full support for the upcoming national election.
It won’t be plain sailing for Timor-Leste after the May 12 parliamentary elections.
Talks between the Syrian opposition and Russian negotiators to reach a ceasefire.
The United States urges Cuba to free two men who Amnesty International called “prisoners of conscience,”.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has won more than half the votes.
Cambodian relations with the European Union have not fully improved since the Supreme Court dissolved the opposition CNRP last year.
Justice Minister orders the Phnom Penh Municipal Court to legal actions against Sam Rainsy for accusing King Norodom Sihamoni of issuing a letter under duress.
Prime Minister Hun Sen slams former opposition leader Sam Rainsy for accusing King Norodom Sihamoni of issuing a letter under duress.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on all local authorities not to brand villagers as opposition activists when they protest to demand land dispute resolutions, noting that his ruling CPP is aiming to stay in power indefinitely.
An East Timor opposition coalition wins a majority of the seats in parliament.
Zimbabwe will hold presidential and parliamentary elections on July 30, President Mnangagwa said promises will be free.