In a bid to rid the country of corruption, Interior Minister Sar Kheng urged CPP officials to eliminate the practice of paying bribes for promotions.
The government is planning to create two new provinces carved out of the provinces of Kandal, Ratanakkiri and Mondulkiri.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng yesterday called on all Cambodians to join in the fight against human trafficking.
Environment Ministry asks the Interior Ministry to help facilitate its World Cleanup Day event planned next month.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng warns firefighters to not demand bribes in return for performing their duties.
Interior Minister urges all officials to solve the country’s social and economic problems.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng has said that the national election on Sunday was free, fair and was conducted smoothly without any major problems.
Interior minister orders local authorities to be on the lookout for culprits urging voters to abstain from the national poll.
Interior Minister says he would have a CPP commune chief drop complaints against five former CNRP officials.
Interior Minister says voting to choose a leader democratically is better than the government being changed through a military coup.
The Grassroots Democratic Party announces that it would continue contesting the national election after witnessing improved security.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng says that people calling for an election boycott could be slapped with hefty fines.
Interior Minister calls on commune authorities to replace lost or damaged voters’ IDs.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng calls on all law enforcement agencies to stop discriminating.
Authorities in Kratie have temporarily closed three rice wine production facilities.
Three of the 15 political parties battling for eight seats in Battambang province gather.
Sar Kheng (deputy prime minister, Minister of the Interior, and vice president of the Cambodian People’s Party) speaks at the CPP rally in Battambang.
The Interior Ministry has instructed all civil servants nationwide not to use their working hours to serve any political parties.
The Interior Ministry has instructed all civil servants nationwide not to use their working hours to serve any political parties during the election campaign which starts on Saturday.
The Interior Ministry is due to hold a forum to raise and iron out any problems leading up to the upcoming election in July.