Absent MPs salaries to be cut

The National Assembly (NA) yesterday approved a proposal by the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) to punish politicians who are absent from parliamentary meetings without a “reasonable” explanation, the assembly spokesman said, after a boycott by the opposition. ...

Ven Rathavong

Cambodia’s armed forces ‘belong’ to the ruling party: four-star general

Cambodia’s armed forces belong to the country’s ruling party and must prevent a “color revolution” from overtaking the Southeast Asian nation, a four-star general said Wednesday, drawing criticism from an opposition official who called his understanding of the military’s role “limited.” ...

RFA Khmer News Staff

Despite jail for opposition activists, political cooperation remains

Cambodian officials from the ruling party and opposition say they will continue to work together in political dialogue, despite a court ruling this week that delivered major jail sentences to 11 pro-opposition activists. ...

Neou Vannarin

Advisers to Say Chhum include disgraced malaria center chief

Thirty-eight people, including a former Health Ministry official under investigation by the Anti-Corruption Unit for accepting more than $350,000 in bribes, were this week appointed as advisers to new Senate President Say Chhum, according to a royal decree obtained Wednesday. ...

Saing Soenthrith

Say Chhum replaces Chea Sim as senate president

A day after the death of CPP President Chea Sim, Say Chhum, the ruling party’s secretary-general, was on Tuesday appointed to succeed him as the president of the Senate, while preparations began for the June 19 national day of mourning for the late figurehead. ...

Khy Sovuthy and Mech Dara

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