The NEC calls on political parties and election officials to ensure fairness.
The National Election Committee today called on political parties and election officials to ensure fairness in the upcoming sub-national council election.
An Interior Ministry official warns against the display the CNRP seal.
Kong Korm, a former top advisor to the former opposition party, and his son yesterday submitted requests to have their ban on political activity lifted following the promulgation of an amendment to the Law on Political Parties.
The King signs off on the amendment to the Law on Political Parties.
PM says the gov’t is open to discussions with rival political parties and NGOs.
Forty-four political parties are registered to legally conduct activities in the Kingdom.
Forty-four political parties are registered to legally conduct activities in the Kingdom, according to an Interior Ministry report.
As the amendment to the Law on Political Parties awaits approval from the King, former opposition members on two sides of a leadership divide within the CNRP seem to have different plans when it comes to having their political bans lifted.
The Senate is today due to debate an amendment to the Law on Political Parties.
Hundreds of former opposition members banned from politics could return to the arena after the National Assembly yesterday approved an amendment to the Law on Political Parties.
PM says banned opposition party members can only be allowed back upon request.
The National Assembly will hold a plenary session on Thursday to amend the Law on Political Parties that would nullify a ban on some of the 118 former opposition CNRP members barred from politics for five years.
Thai political parties are now free to woo votes as part of their electoral campaigns.
Interior Minister says an amendment to the law on political parties is needed.
The Grassroots Democracy Party decides not to join the Supreme Consultative Council.
King Norodom Sihamoni legitimised the Supreme Consultative Council and appointed 30 representatives of 16 political parties as advisors to the government at the request of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
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.
Deputy Prime Minister Bin Chhin joins representatives of 16 political parties to draft a royal decree that would cement the Supreme Consultative Council’s government adviser status.
Prime Minister Hun Sen said that he will consider allowing more political parties to join the Supreme Consultative Council if they are qualified.
Two senior officials of two minor political parties have stepped down from their vice-presidential posts.
Politics is the art of the impossible. Prime Minister Hun Sen is the master of power politics otherwise he could not have stayed in power for more than three decades.
Prime Minister Hun Sen meets with representatives of various political parties that contested the national election to forge the Supreme Consultative Council.
Prime Minister Hun Sen said the Supreme Council of Consultants is tasked with giving ideas and feedback to draft laws before the council of ministers adopts them.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says that the creation of the Supreme Council of Consultants will be discussed today.
Prime Minister Hun has proposed a consultation forum between the government and political parties be formed in a bid to hear their input and develop the country together.
Prime Minister Hun has proposed a consultation forum between the government and political parties be formed in a bid to develop the country together.
The Khmer Will Party has called on democrats from other political parties to join its ranks in a move to build up a robust opposition to challenge the powerhouse CPP.
Political parties yesterday offered mixed reactions to the preliminary election result released by the National Election Committee over the weekend, which showed a resounding victory for the ruling CPP.
Dharmacracy Party president to ask PM allow parties who did not win a parliamentary seat to monitor National Assembly sessions.