System of government

Salary hike for govt contract workers

The government announced last Thursday that from this month, contract officials in all ministries and institutions across the country will receive a salary rise. ...

Hang Punreay

Sudary highlights drop in women NA members, but rise in Senate

Khuon Sudary, President of the National Assembly (NA) of 7th legislature, yesterday pointed out that the number of female members in the NA has dropped significantly, despite an increase in the senate. ...

Hang Punreay

PM Hun Manet reiterates no new taxes nor tax increases

Dr Hun Manet has reiterated that the 7th-mandate Royal Government will neither create new taxes nor increase existing ones. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Govt appoints commission to evaluate Oknha award requests

Prime Minister Hun Manet has appointed an inter-ministerial commission to review and evaluate requests for awarding the honoured title of Oknha. ...

Hang Punreay

Digital system boosts business registrations

Over 31,000 businesses, boasting a combined capital exceeding $8.9 billion, have successfully completed their registration through the Online Business Registration System (OBRS) via its IT Platform phase 1. ...

Hin Pisei

Govt appoints committee to protect image of Kingdom

The Government has decided to appoint a National Committee for Coordinating Information and Public Opinion, with a Chairman, Deputy Chairman and 11 members, to protect the achievements and reputation of Cambodia. ...

Torn Vibol

PM says jobs are delegated, he won’t interfere in everything

Pledging a non-interference governance model yesterday, Prime Minister Hun Manet called for a collective responsibility to solve national issues and people’s problems. ...

Torn Vibol

Freeze on transfer of civil servants between ministries

The Ministry of Civil Service has issued a circular putting a freeze on transfer of civil servants from one institution to another to maintain workflow and stability. ...

Torn Vibol

Manet urges all officials to boldly execute gov’t policies

Prime Minister Hun Manet has urged officials at all levels to boldly carry out the government’s policies to achieve Cambodia’s goals and visions. ...

Samban Chandara

Phnom Penh launches pilot for services online

The Phnom Penh Municipal Administration has launched a pilot project offering online administrative services in four significant sectors. The initiative was announced on September 6 and will be conducted through the One Window Service Office (OWSO). ...

Bor Pich Zelin

Prime Minister Dr Hun Manet says RGC’s policy based on science, not emotionalism

Prime Minister Dr Hun Manet said the policy of the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) for the 7th Legislature of the National Assembly is based on science, not on emotionalism. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Police chief called on to curb protests in capital

Phnom Penh governor Khuong Sreng on Tuesday told the newly appointed municipal police chief to continue preventing protests and crimes of all kinds in the capital. Sar Thet, who maintains his position as deputy National Police chief, replaced Chuon Sovann who has been promoted as ...

Soth Koemsoeun

PM: Leaders age like wine

Defending the fact that the leadership has remained largely the same in the sixth mandate of the government, Prime Minister Hun Sen said reforms were more about improving job efficiencies. Several analysts have begged to differ, however, saying reforms won’t make much progress under an ...

Meas Sokchea

Hun Manet promoted after royal decree

Hun manet, the son of Prime Minister Hun Sen, rose to the rank of Commander of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces (RCAF) – the second most powerful position in the Kingdom’s military – on Thursday after a royal decree. ...

Khouth Sophak Chakrya

Australia to miss opening of assembly due to ‘flawed’ poll

As Australia became the latest Western embassy to announce it would not be sending a representative to Wednesday’s opening of parliament, Council of Ministers spokesman Phay Siphan dismissed the US and EU Ambassadors being “unable to attend” as no loss because “they give no value ...

Ben Sokhean

Government critic fired from Education Ministry

Former unionist and election official Rong Chhun, who resigned from the National Election Committee (NEC) following the forced dissolution of the opposition, has been fired from the Education Ministry for being absent without permission. ...

Yon Sineat

PM clarifies retirement age

Prime Minister Hun Sen has announced that the retirement age for civil servants is still 60 after confusion spread following a government notice that it plans to extend the retirement age to 65 for teachers.​ ...

Sen David

Sok An’s roles distributed: PM

Prime Minister Hun Sen announced yesterday that some institutions under the control of the late Deputy Prime Minister Sok An, who was also head of the Council of Ministers, are being moved to relevant ministries, refuting the comments an official had made the day before. ...

May Titthara

Kingdom a one-man show, report asserts

It’s a mistake to consider Cambodia a nation under authoritarian rule by a single party; it comes down to a single man – Prime Minister Hun Sen, a new paper argues. ...

Erin Handley

Parties law rubber-stamped

The National Assembly (NA) has passed amendments to electoral laws which could be used to remove political parties. The controversial amendments were carried with the votes of 66 members from the ruling CPP after opposition CNRP members boycotted the session. The ammendments could affect the way ...

May Titthara

CNRP, CPP to discuss judicial reform at National Assembly

The CNRP said on Tuesday it would join today’s meeting of the National Assembly’s agenda-setting permanent committee in hopes of pushing ahead with proposed amendments to a trio of contentious laws on judicial independence. ...

Kuch Naren and Zsombor Peter

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