The Cambodian Landmine Museum sits just outside of the tourism hub of Siem Reap, the gateway city to the famed temples of Angkor Wat.
The CPP strategy paper also describes concerns of regional conflict, as the West seeks to counter China’s rising influence.
Hun Sen already has an official account, as does his political rival, Sam Rainsy, head of the Cambodia National Rescue Party.
Cambodia’s roads and highways are highly trafficked and very dangerous, making for one of the leading causes of death in the country.
In a 49-page strategy paper distributed at the meeting, it said the party will focus on establishing local networks across the country to bolster support and prepare for elections.
Drug piperaquine, used in combination with the drug artemisinin, has been main form of malaria treatment in Cambodia since 2008.
With more elections just around the corner, Cambodia’s leaders will have to shift their focus to the youth, a powerful new force in a rapidly changing country, political analysts say.
Hun Sen made the comment at the annual ceremony to mark Jan. 7, 1979, when Vietnamese-backed forces ousted the Khmer Rouge from Phnom Penh.
The illicit economy grew from $650 billion in 2011 to $1.77 trillion in 2015, according to the World Economic Forum.
Drivers interviewed by VOA Khmer said they hope the new law will improve the situation.
Cambodia has around 1,000 active unions, most representing some 700,000 workers in the garment and textile manufacturing sector.
Reminder follows last month incident when an off-duty police officer allegedly shot dead two people and wounded a third in a dispute among neighbors.