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NEC-run safe zones suggested

A senior member of the Electoral Reform Alliance yesterday appealed for the National Election Committee to be given special jurisdictional powers over certain areas around the country during election campaigns so that it can ensure freedom of assembly. ...

Touch Sokha

Investment fund suggested for Cambodia

Industrial insiders and experts on the Kingdom’s nascent stock market have suggested the government set up a fund as an investment vehicle designed to broaden the local public investor base, based on The Thai Fund (TTF). ...

May Kunmakara

Document suggests US aid cuts

A document purported to have come from the US State Department appears to show plans to slash US development assistance to the Kingdom down to zero, a move observers said yesterday would further weaken the US’s standing in the country, allowing for China to cement its ...

Ananth Baliga

Unions suggest changes to law

Members of 30 independent and government-leaning labour unions and labour advocacy groups met yesterday to discuss aspects of a draft trade union law they want altered, and strategies for accomplishing the changes. ...

Pech Sotheary

New rules suggested for public employees

A new government sub-decree addressing the regulation of working hours and attendance for civil servants and government contract employees was submitted to the Council of Ministers on Friday in an effort to increase productivity, but is still short on oversight and accountability, one observer said ...

Kong Meta

Meeting suggests dam project moving ahead

Despite reports that Prime Minister Hun Sen recently offered assurances that construction of the controversial Stung Cheay Areng hydropower dam would not be allowed to begin in the near future, local officials are allegedly pushing forward with plans to relocate villagers. Multiple provincial, district and village ...

Alice Cuddy and May Titthara

US firms suggest ASEAN improve financial services

Although US businesses across ASEAN have expressed a positive investment outlook towards Cambodia and the other members of the regional group, they are unsure of how to take advantage of the free-trade agreement with China, insiders said at the first-ever ASEAN-US Business Summit, which kicked ...


National Assembly Lawmakers Reject SRP Budget Suggestions

Lawmakers at the National Assembly yesterday debated the government’s plan for public spending next year, with the opposition challenging the government’s plans to rack up more foreign debt. Since the draft of the 2013 budget was released last month, the opposition has come forward with detailed ...


Election group suggests revamped, modern voter registry

A new voter registration system that could eliminate irregularities would cost about $17 million, an election monitor said Thursday.  A new system would eliminate duplicate names and improperly spelled names, but would also be based on the old registry, Koul Panha, head of the monitoring group ...

Heng Reaksmey

Satellite data suggests forest loss is accelerating

Satellite images suggest tropical forests from the Amazon to the Philippines are disappearing at a far more rapid pace than previously thought, a University of Maryland team of forest researchers say. Tropical Asia showed the second largest increase in deforestation with 0.8 million hectares (about ...

Kyle Plantz

CNRP solicits NGO suggestions ahead of CPP meet

The opposition CNRP met with civil society groups and NGOs on Friday and asked for recommendations ahead of resuming electoral reform talks with the ruling CPP on Monday. “We wanted to ask civil society for their ideas,” CNRP President Sam Rainsy said after the meeting. The ...

Khy Sovuthy

Cambodian Scholar Suggests Pernicious Effects of Aid Dependence

For political economist Sophal Ear, this view is more nuanced. In his book ‘Aid Dependence in Cambodia: How Foreign Assistance Undermined Democracy‘, published by the Columbia University Press (2012), years of dependency are not showing positive results in the rehabilitation of Cambodia, its democracy and war ...


Hun Sen suggests expanding dual-citizen ban beyond NEC

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday suggested eventually extending a controversial new provision banning dual nationals from sitting on the National Election Committee (NEC) to also apply to the National Assembly and executive branch, but said there is no pressing reason to do so. Speaking at ...

Hul Reaksmey

Cambodians take to the web to make internet law suggestions

Hundreds of Cambodian internet users have made their feelings unknown on their government’s controversial plants to regulate the country’s internet, after a local civil society group invited public comment online. ...

Phorn Bopha

Analysts suggest now is the time to replace aging, ineffective officials

Cambodia’s ministries are run by an increasingly aged demographic. Some analysts say the government should consider beginning to replace the people in many of these posts with younger officials. ...

Hul Reaksmey

Abandoned documents at raided cockfighting ring suggest a network of local payoffs

A trove of documents left behind by law enforcement officials at a recently shuttered cockfighting ring allegedly owned by the nephew-in-law of Hun Sen appears to show organised payments to police and government officials across Kandal province. ...

Mech Dara and Daphne Chen

Thai justice minister suggests Cambodia and Vietnam join “Safe Mekong” anti-drug operation

Justice Minister Paiboon Koomchaya says Thailand and Laos are considering inviting Cambodia and Vietnam to join the “Safe Mekong” anti-drug operation. ...

Chiang Rai Times News Staff

Key Phnom Penh posting suggests Australia's asylum seeker deal with Cambodia is almost done

Australia has reportedly installed a key immigration bureaucrat in its Phnom Penh embassy as the government prepares to send up to 1000 asylum seekers in its care on Nauru to Cambodia. Greg Kelly, who formerly headed the detention operations division of the Immigration Department and managed ...

Ben Doherty and David Wroe

PM suggests move for Korean peace

Prime Minister Hun Sen has said pressure alone will not address the deeply rooted causes of conflict between the two Koreas. In order to seek peace on the Korean Peninsula, he proposed the “Two States Towards One Nation: One Peninsula, One People, One Culture” initiative ...

Ry Sochan

Adding wells a shallow plan, research suggests

In its annual report on disaster preparedness, the National Committee for Disaster Management yesterday affirmed that last year’s drought was the worst in 50 years and recommended the construction of new wells to alleviate future dry spells – despite serious risks identified by recent research. ...

Martin de Bourmont and Sen David

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