Ministry challenges opposition to debate amendment

Senior Justice Ministry official has challenged opposition parties and civil society to a debate on the Constitutional amendments rather than lash out at the government. ...

Hang Punreay

Ministries and institutions voice support for constitutional amendment to ensure only Khmer citizenship for top leaders

The management, officials and staff of different ministries and institutions, provincial and municipal administrations, Cambodian embassies and consulates, the armed forces, associations and organisations as well as the general public and Buddhist monks have sent their petitions, expressing their full support for the initiative to ...

Khmer Times Staff

Kingdom marks 28th anniversary of Constitution

As Cambodia marks the 28th anniversary of the Constitution, Prime Minister Hun Sen reaffirmed that its main pillar remains adherence to the principles of constitutional monarchy and liberal multi-party democracy. ...

Mom Kunthear

Parliament issues unconstitutional order on questioning

Violating the Constitution while following through on a threat from Prime Minister Hun Sen, the National Assembly’s CPP-staffed secretariat on Thursday issued an order saying that ministers would not appear before lawmakers unless the CNRP stopped boycotting parliamentary sessions. ...

Kuch Naren and Khy Sovuthy

Article 2 will stand: Hun Sen

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday hit back at opposition critics of his efforts to seek French expert help in modernising old colonial maps of Cambodia’s border with Vietnam, rejecting their claims that such an effort would require a constitutional amendment. ...

Vong Sokheng

German Foundation to launch “The Development of Cambodian Administrative Law”

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) in Cambodia will launch a book on “The   Development of Cambodian Administrative Law” on 07th of May 2014 at 05:30pm at Raffles Hotel Le Royal. In its press statement, KAS said that by offering readers an overview on the status and development of administrative ...

The Cambodia Herald News Staff

Government Says Constitutional Amendment Is Not a Change

The government has taken exception to language used to refer to its plan to amend the Constitution dealing with Cambodia’s borders, saying that the planned “amendment” does not constitute a “change”. Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday said that he had launched a study to amend ...

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