The Cambodian People’s Party has swept all 58 seats up for grabs in today’s Senate elections, the National Election Committee has confirmed.
A four-way contest to capture seats in Cambodia’s Senate kicked off this morning, with commune councillors and National Assembly members across the country voting in what is expected to be a clean sweep at the polls for the ruling C
Environmental officials confirmed yesterday that they are seeking the assistance of conservation NGO Fauna and Flora International (FFI) in drafting a management plan for the
Interior Minister Sar Kheng defended plans to create “pay-to-stay” luxury prisons yesterday, claiming the schem
Four unionists from the Cosmo Textile garment factory in Kandal province accused of starting an illegal protest were questioned by the Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday, but their lawyer said the interrogation was not in line wit
Forestry Administration officials and local police on Wednesday intercepted a load of illegal timber in Kampong Speu, but only managed to seize two of the 10 first-grade logs after villagers began to burn the timber – and attempted
Environment Minster Say Sam Al and Royal Cambodian Armed Forces Commander Pol Saroeun announced three new points of cooperation following a meeting earlier this week, Saroeun announced on his official Facebook page.
A traditional healer from Kampot was charged with unintentional murder late Wednesday, after one of his asthma remedies allegedly killed one man and hospitalised another.
The Ministry of Interior has officially registered a newly created “Kem Ley Foundation Association” after months of processing the application.
The number of women in the Cambodian judicial system remains stubbornly low, new statistics compiled by the Cambodian National Council for Women show, with the detrimental effects of that imbalance felt throughout the court system.
A day after Prime Minister Hun Sen on Wednesday said he would “beat” any would-be protesters who dared to burn