The National Assembly will hold an extraordinary session on Wednesday.
North Korea’s embassy in Phnom Penh organised an event called the Shiny Star, the 76th anniversary of Great Leader Comrade Kim Jong-il at the Pyongyang Restaurant.
More than 1,000 people flocked to Oudong Mountain to observe Meak Bochea Day, the day Buddha prophesied his death.
The National Assembly asks Interior Minister to take action against former CNRP lawmakers who continued to use the NA’s logo.
A tripartite group consisting of employers, unions and the government finished discussing the draft law on minimum wage yesterday.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday ordered former deputy prime minister Lu Lay Sreng to pay Prime Minister Hun Sen $125,000 in compensation for defamation.
PM Hun Sen marks 33 years in power, vowing to stay for greater economic revival.
National Election Committee to print more than 20,000 ballots for the Senate election.
The National Election Committee (NEC) will print more than 20,000 ballots for the February 25 Senate election.
The National Assembly yesterday validated a new lawmaker from the ruling CPP to replace CPP lawmaker Im Sethy, who died earlier this month.
the government must double its efforts on reform, says Hun Sen.
The National Assembly approved the replacement of three members of the National Election Committee yesterday.
The Cambodian Nationality Party that won no seats in 2013 general election, picks up two seats after the opposition CNRP was dissolved.
The NA will announce the validity of 16 new lawmakers from the CPP and Funcinpec Party.
The National Assembly confirms the identities of 44 new lawmakers in place of 55 former CNRP parliamentarians.
Cambodia to become a middle-income country by 2030 and a high-income country by 2050.
11 seats were turned down by the Democracy Party and the Khmer Anti-Poverty Party.
NEC confirms how the CNRP’s 55 parliamentary seats would be distributed among smaller parties that failed to win any seats