Hang Puthea, the ninth member of the new National Election Committee, said in an interview with VOA Khmer he will work hard for positive change.
CPP spokesman Chhim Phal Vorun said the release was possible because the “political situation” in Cambodia has improved.
Putting the final stamp of approval on a process that took months of negotiation, the National Assembly on Thursday voted in the new structure of the National Election Committee.
The new NEC is comprised of nine members in all, four each selected by the ruling party and opposition and a final member agreed upon by both.
Kem Sokha told reporters after his hearing Wednesday the court had repeated many of its questions over and over, particularly requesting he define the word “revolution.”
Asean’s 10 member countries are working toward creating a regional bloc that would open up a free flow of goods and services across the region, much of it by the end of this year.
According to a new survey, land disputes in Cambodia lead to employment insecurity, causing poverty, food insecurity, and increasing physical and psychological insecurity.
For years, Min Mink Chan never stopped dreaming of home. As he arrived in Jakarta to board a flight back to Myanmar, that dream was just hours away from becoming a reality.
The rate of maternal mortality is 170 per 100,000 live births, short of the 140 per 100,000 rate the government set for itself originally.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party and opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party have worked since July to reform the political process.
The National Assembly is expected to finalize the decision on the NEC April 13.
Public finance reform requires four “platforms,” Heng Dyna said: budget credibility, internal control, prioritizing with budget planning and proper review of finances and performance.