New govt will continue having Supreme Consultative Council

The Supreme Consultative Council (SCC) will continue to be established through the new government to continue to obtain recommendations from the political parties that participated in the National Election. ...

Hang Punreay

PM praises SCC for work so far

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday praised the Supreme Consultative Council (SCC) — which consists of 16 political parties — for identifying and reporting to irregularities affecting the people. ...

Ry Sochan

PM tells SCC to lay off resolved land disputes

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Friday prohibited members of the Supreme Consultative Council from re-opening or getting involved with any land dispute cases that had already been addressed by the courts and the premier himself. ...

Pech Sotheary

Draft law on accountability and abuse of government authority in the works: SCC

The Supreme Consultative Council drafted a law on the violation of duties, aiming to punish government officials, including those in the military, who infringe on their duty to serve the public or abuse their power to drive personal interests.    ...

Sun Mesa

Consultative council members to present findings today

Members of the Supreme Consultative Council are expected to gather today to unveil results of fact-finding missions carried out this month, an adviser to Prime Minister Hun Sen said yesterday. ...

Taing Vida

Supreme Consultative Council officially created

King Norodom Sihamoni has legitimised the Supreme Consultative Council and appointed 30 representatives of 15 political parties as advisors to the government at the request of Prime Minister Hun Sen.   ...

Taing Vida

Royal decree to legitimise council

Deputy Prime Minister Bin Chhin yesterday joined representatives of 16 political parties to draft a royal decree that would cement the Supreme Consultative Council’s government adviser status, an adviser to Prime Minister Hun Sen said. ...

Taing Vida

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