The National Election Committee confirms the CPP secured all 58 seats to be filled.
EU threatens Cambodia with economic sanctions after the ruling party said it had won every seat in a Senate election.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party yesterday enjoyed a landslide victory in the Senate election, winning all 58 seats available.
The National Election Committee announces that the upcoming Senate election would be carried out at 33 polling stations.
NEC says that 3 parties standing for Senate election have done very little campaigning.
The NEC gathers journalists and party representatives to witness the printing of about 25,000 ballots for the Senate election.
Prime Minister Hun Sen confirmed the Senate election and general election would go ahead as scheduled.
The National Election Committee settles 150 complaints in regards to preliminary voter lists for Senate election.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng has instructed provincial governors to provide the names of commune councillors currently in office to organize the voting list.
The Candlelight Party has not registered to join the senate election, but four other parties will run, including the ruling CPP and Funcinpec.