CSOs, political parties call for the restoration of democracy, human rights in line with Paris Peace Agreements

NGOs and political parties have called on the 18 signatories of the Paris Peace Agreements and Cambodian government to “restore democracy and respect human rights”. ...

Pok Ponlue and Khuon Narim

PM recalls win-win strategy as Cambodia marks anniversary of Paris Peace Agreement

As Cambodia commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreement on October 23, Prime Minister Hun Sen recalled his win-win strategy that eventually brought about full peace in 1998 after decades of war and factional conflict. ...

Ry Sochan

Paris Peace Agreements turn 30 as PM reflects

While commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreements on October 23, the government reaffirmed commitment to embracing and defending the country’s independence, sovereignty, neutrality and territorial integrity as stated in the accord and established in the nation’s Constitution.   ...

Post Staff

New 30,000-riel bill to mark 1991 Paris Peace Agreements

Cambodia is set to release a new 30,000-riel banknote to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements, signed on October 23, and the return of the late King Father Norodom Sihanouk to the Kingdom after spending most of the two decades prior ...

Nov Sivutha

PM: Government to focus on Constitution and rule of law

With Cambodia marking the 28th anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreement on Wednesday, Prime Minister Hun Sen said the government will focus on implementing the Constitution and the rule of law. He said if the Paris Peace Agreement were to be implemented as some were ...

Mech Dara

Germany’s Merkel sends PM ‘congratulations’ on poll win

Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel became the first leader of a Western democracy to congratulate Prime Minister Hun Sen on his party’s landslide victory in the July 29 national elections, issuing a letter wishing him success over the course of his new term of office. Observers, ...

Niem Chheng

Hun Sen: Peace brought by Khmers, not ‘foreign hands’

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday rejected the idea that “foreign hands” or assistance secured a resolution to Cambodia’s civil war in the early 1990s, warning historians to refrain from claiming the international community was responsible for peace-building in the country. ...

Ben Sokhean

Call to follow spirit of agreement

The government was urged yesterday to follow the spirit of the 1991 Paris Peace Agreement as a model to solve the current political problems with dialogue and partnership rather than conflict. At a ceremony marking the 25th anniversary of the signing of the agreements, which saw ...

Pech Sotheary

Twenty-Two Years On, Paris Peace Agreement Far From Realized

More than two decades after the Paris Peace Agreement, which was meant to open the way for peace and multiparty democracy in Cambodia, legal experts and hu­man rights advocates said Tuesday the government has largely abandoned the vision of the accord. Speaking at a conference on ...

Hul Reaksmey

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