Analysts said the comments were an attempt to gain support ahead of a general election next year.
Phouk Prathna, 25, is one of the youngest local councilors elected to run a local authority in Bavet commune, Svay Rieng province.
The Situation Room, a group comprising several election monitoring NGOs, said the CPP had spent some $15,000 on average campaigning in each commune.
Cambodia generates about half of its electricity from hydropower, while it imports significant amounts from Thailand, Vietnam and Laos.
The National Election Committee (NEC) said the CPP had secured 1,156 seats out of a possible 1,646 and more than 3.5 million votes.
Final results confirm dominance of Prime Minister Hun Sen's ruling party, but strong showing by opposition saw its prospects boosted for next year's general election.
In fact, as the number of people killed in land conflicts around the world soars, more than half of the dead have been women, rights watchdogs say.
The result will be announced at 9am and again at 7pm, according to the NEC’s website.
Former president Khieu Samphan is charged with crimes against humanity and genocide.
Because the fishing industry in Southeast Asia is still lightly regulated, exact numbers of human trafficking victims are hard to come by, but there are signs that it is huge.
Pich Sros did not explain which law he is alleging Kem Sokha broke in what is often considered a normal part of campaigning in a democracy.
Ven Vorn has denied he had broken the law during the hearing on Wednesday.