Calls to urgently review draft alcohol law

The law on Control of Alcohol Products has been in draft for nine years and remains uncertain due to its potential social, economic and political impacts. Experts are now urging the government to accelerate law enforcement on controlling alcohol consumption after recent fatal traffic accidents. ...

Meas Molika

PM orders restrictions on alcohol promotion

Prime Minister Hun Manet has directed the Ministry of Information and relevant bodies to reinforce regulations on alcohol advertising, stressing that the depiction of alcohol consumption shall no longer be allowed on television. ​ ...

Mom Kunthear

Interior Ministry plans blacklist for drunk drivers

The Ministry of Interior is studying the possibility of creating a database or blacklist to record those who drive while intoxicated and cause traffic accidents resulting in injuries or deaths. ...

Torn Vibol

PM orders police chief to tighten alcohol road rules

Prime Minister Hun Manet has called on National Police Chief, Sar Thet, to tighten laws related to drunk driving and other road regulations to prevent fatal crashes occurring. ...

Chhim PichBormey

Calls for tighter regulations to end drunk driving

Calls are being made for tighter restrictions on alcohol advertising and tougher punishments for drunk drivers after four people were left dead and another four injured in the latest fatal smash to plague Cambodia’s roads. ...

Chhim PichBormey

Few arrests under new traffic law

Only 600 drivers have been sent to court since the new Traffic Law technically took effect in January and legally in March.According to a National Road Safety Committee report released yesterday, out of almost 10 million vehicles that were checked, 1.5 million were found to ...

Ven Rathavong

Road Crash Report Shows Fatalities Up Year-to-Year

Road accidents claimed the lives of 1,816 people in 2010, a slight increase from the 1,717 killed in 2009, according to a report by the Cambodia Road Crash and Victim Information System. The total number of casualties from road accidents reached 18,287 in 2010, according ...

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