A group of non-governmental organizations has signed onto the Election Reform Alliance, which issued a statement this week to push for the best reforms possible.
Deputy PM Prawit told reporters Thursday elections will likely be held 'around the start of 2016, once the constitution is drafted'
Keegan said more political reform will come from the country’s youth, which IRI will continue to train, particularly with the Youth Council of Cambodia.
Thein Sein calls allegations that minority Muslim Rohingya are fleeing alleged torture in Rakhine state a media fabrication.
A new voter registration system that could eliminate irregularities would cost about $17 million, an election monitor said Thursday.
In fact, Hun Sen’s Cambodian People’s Party is widely and frequently criticized for using the courts as a tool against dissidents.
A group of non-governmental organization leaders and researchers say the key to ending impunity in Cambodia is people’s full participation in politics and society.
China recently pledged between $500 million and $700 million for Cambodia, but it is not clear where the money will be spent.
The ambassador has proven willing to tackle tough topics in Cambodia’s fractious political climate.
Prince Norodom Ranariddh, a former key figure in Cambodian politics, says he and others want to see an independent election body.
Meach Sovannara is accused of taking orchestrating violent demonstrations in July, a charge he denies.
President Barack Obama in Friday wrapped up a visit to Myanmar, also known as Burma, where he warns that reforms are still not complete.