Road accidents cost the economy an estimated $300 million annually, and the death toll from road accidents keeps rising in Cambodia.
Hun Sen also announced that he would not offer his signature for an amnesty petition for Sam Rainsy and other Cambodia National Rescue Party leaders.
Efforts are underway to recruit men and boys in the battle for gender equality in Cambodia, in an approach that experts hope will help prevent violence against women.
His remarks came during the inauguration of a dam located on the Tatay river in Koh Kong province’s Thma Baing district.
German photographer Arjay Stevens described the process of falling in love with images of Cambodia, from daily life to local art and silk weaving to political demonstrations.
According the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Cambodia’s economy has grown by 7.0 percent during 2015.
The garment industry provides jobs for at least 700,000 Cambodians, but workers say the minimum wage is not sufficient for their day-to-day needs.
Sam Rainsy said that the use of insults in politics should be brought to an end in favor of peaceful negotiations to serve the nation’s interests.
The Mekong Review, launched in November, will publish essays, book reviews, excerpts and works of literary journalism.
The protests began Wednesday, last week, after an announcement that the minimum wage would be raised from $128 per month to $140 per month.
The old dump site has about 3 million tons of trash, filling 31 hectares of land. It was filled in just six years.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Saturday announced a deal between the two sides to have trade worth $15 billion by 2020, by expanding road and rail links.