Democratic candidates made their frantic, final campaign pitches Sunday in Iowa, on a mission to persuade undecided voters one day before the state’s nominating contest officially starts the US presidential election season.
Egyptian voters have overwhelmingly backed constitutional changes that could see President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s rule extended to 2030, the electoral board said Tuesday.
British voters now know far more about Brexit and its possible consequences than they did at the time of the 2016 referendum.
Voters oppose a plan to relocate a US military base in Okinawa.
Voters in the Democratic Republic of Congo cast their ballots in the election.
Local and international observers have until the end of December to register, NEC says.
July 29, 2018 was the day that Cambodians exercised their democratic rights and obligations. Overall, the election process was smooth.
The Grassroots Democratic Party president has accused the ruling CPP of intimidating voters and bribing them for support in order to secure a sweeping victory in the national election last month.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said that Cambodia conducted a free and fair election on Sunday with a higher voter turnout.
Ngin Saorath, executive director of the Cambodian Disabled People’s Organisation, said yesterday that the NEC had provided extra care in facilitating their vote.
People in Kampong Cham province seem quiet after they casted ballots in the general election yesterday, with some saying the disappearance of the CNRP is to blame.
More than 80 percent of people turned out to cast ballots in Kampong Cham province out of 576,550 eligible voters.
The National Election Committee said that the national election was a resounding success, with 82.17 percent vote.
The voter turnout at Cambodia’s sixth national election is estimated at 75 percent as at 3:00 PM today, according to reliable sources
Vong Sophorn is the head of Prey Veng’s Provincial Election Commission (PEC). He spoke with Khmer Times about the preparations on the eve of Sunday’s (July 29) election.
The Khmer National United Party says it expects ten to 15 percent of former CNRP supporters to vote for the party.
As the national poll nears and parties wrap up their campaigns, voters from different walks of life share their opinions with Khmer Times’ reporter Or Sreypich.
Cambodian journalists have covered little on political parties’ platforms during the election campaign while fake news remains poisonous for voters.
Interior Minister calls on commune authorities to replace lost or damaged voters’ IDs.
Nicfec says the NElC’s text messages targeting Cambodian voters abroad is ineffective.
The NEC responds to a complaint made by League for Democracy Party members.
The National Election Committee published a website that allows Cambodia’s eight million voters to find polling stations on Google Map on Friday, July 13.
Funcinpec members are hoping that their message of poverty reduction will resonate among voters.
With the election campaign period beginning tomorrow, parties are gearing up for large rallies to attract voters
Three political parties contesting the election slam the government, accusing it of abusing human rights.
The National Election Committee begins operating a call centre for the upcoming national election in July.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday slammed the royalist Funcinepc party for claiming that the party would pay off debts for people if it wins the national election in July.
Prime Minister Hun Sen lashed out at the royalist Funcinpec party for claiming that the party would pay off debts for the people if it wins the July election.
Democratic voters rally for the chance to make history in November by selecting a ticket filled with female candidates.
Polls opened in Egypt for the second day of a presidential election.