Prime Minister Hun Sen reaffirmed his intention to retire from his premiership at the age 78.
PM details a series of reasons why Cambodia can be positive heading into 2021.
PM gives the thumbs-up for the re-opening of private and public schools.
Prime Minister Hun Sen ends the “November 28 community incident”.
Prime Minister Hun Sen will announce today as to the re-opening of private schools.
Before the Arab Spring, these countries were doing well in their development process.
The annual meeting usually held in January between PM and journalists is cancelled.
Authorities of provinces along Thai border are ordered to strengthen quarantine.
Gov’t announces that the COVID-19 pandemic cash support will be continued for another three months.
Cambodians agree with PM’s decision to wait for WHO’ approval before purchasing a C-19 vaccine to be given to the people.
Rumours have long swirled of PM Hun Sen grooming his eldest son as his successor.
Gov’t will not allow Cambodians to become guinea pigs for any vaccines developed.
PM writes The King to replace three members of SCC who are from Funcinpec Party.
PM orders to allow Grade 12 students to pass exam automatically without sitting it.
Ministry of Health declines to provide any details on possible sourcing.
PM calls on countries within the framework of ACMECS to share their experiences on sourcing for COVID-19 vaccines.
Health and Finance officials meet to sourcing and funding COVID-19 vaccines.
For businesses, vaccine news had its immediate effect of boosting confidence.
Prime Minister Hun Sen orders the Health and Finance ministries to allocate money and purchase COVID-19 vaccine doses.
In a statement issued 1st December, Mu Sochua claimed that she would lead the CNRP officials and activists to return to Cambodia on Jan 4, 2021, to face trial on the 14th of January 2021.
The only way to defeat Covid-19 is to fear the virus but not panic and that will inspire us to find means to fight it by complying with the health instructions, such as quarantine, tests for the virus, among others.
PM asks Bar Association and Interior Ministry to prepare 2 to 4 defence lawyers to help with legal support.
PM releases a statement to remember the overthrow of the Khmer Rouge regime.
Prime Minister Hun Sen sent the right message in every possible way when he called for his people not to panic. It is a pro-active move that fits well when it comes to information flow and crisis communication in government.
PM orders prohibition of gathering of more than 20 people in capital and Siem Reap.
PM orders authorities to set up quarantine centres in their provinces.
PM calls for countries in the region to increase digital connection development.
PM Hun Sen lauds King Norodom Sihamoni for being a model monarch.
Prime Minister Hun Sen responded to criticism from an unnamed radio station thought to be Radio Free Asia.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday defended the decision of the Phnom Penh Municipal Court to postpone the treason trial of former opposition leader Kem Sokha indefinitely, comparing it to the delay of his defamation case against Sam Rainsy by a French court for the next two years.