HRP granted extension to meet dissolution conditions

The Ministry of Interior granted the dissolved Human Rights Party (HRP) and Candlelight Party six-month extensions to provide the government with official lists of party leaders, a letter written by Minister of Interior Sar Kheng said on Friday. “The Ministry of Interior agrees to allow ...

Khorn Savi

Ministry refuses to dissolve Human Rights Party

Interior Minister Sar Kheng has instructed the Human Rights Party to hold a congress to seek approval from the majority of its members before asking the ministry to dissolve it. ...

Ven Rathavong

Lawmakers Reject Petition

Lawmakers from Cambodia’s ruling party on Monday refused to accept a petition from hundreds of people who held a rally calling for the government’s help in resolving land disputes, drawing criticism from activists who questioned the effectiveness of the country’s parliament. The appeal, which contained more ...

Coalition Party Could Take 30 Percent of Vote in 2013 Elections

The Cambodian National Rescue Party (CNRP), a coalition of the Sam Rainsy Party and the Human Rights Party, stands to gain about 30 percent of the vote if it decides to stand against the ruling CPP in next year’s national elections, the Committee for Free ...

Lauren Crothers, P.15

Commune Vote Predictable, but Margins Less So

With Sunday’s commune elections quickly approaching, the five main political parties are all predicting substantial gains over how they faired in the last election in 2007, though none deny that the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) will continue to dominate the polls. And with the entrance ...

Four Political Parties Agree to Disclose Campaign Finances

Representatives from four political parties yesterday signed a campaign finance voluntary disclosure pact, promising transparency in how their election funds are spent and identifying the sources of their funding. The disclosure agreement was reached by the SRP, Human Rights Party (HRP), Funcinpec and Movement for Democracy in the absence of ...

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