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Sam Rainsy's Cambodia National Rescue Party won a surprising 47 percent of the vote in the country's National Assembly elections last summer, capping a series of contests during the past 20 years in which the party, under various names, won a growing
43 Phnom Penh: Thousands of Cambodian opposition supporters today staged a fresh demonstration against Prime Minister Hun Sen's hotly disputed July election win, calling for a new poll to settle allegations of vote rigging.
Thousands of Cambodian opposition supporters and activists, including Buddhist monks, took to the streets Tuesday to mark Human Rights Day and call for improvements in the kingdom's rights record. Opposition leader Sam Rainsy led a crowd of some 6,
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday urged China Petrol eu m & Chemical Corporation, or Sinopec Corp, the Asia's largest oil refining and petrochemical enterprise, to expedite its process to build an oil refinery in Cambodia by 2018, a
Besides, some 250,000 hectares of paddy field have been submerged. Battambang, Banteay Meanchey, Kampong Thom and Kratie - are still suffering," he added.
Cambodia's parliament reappointed strongman premier Hun Sen for another five-year term yesterday, extending his nearly three-decade rule as the opposition threatened to mount fresh protests over fiercely disputed elections. The controversial move
Cambodian opposition boycotts parliament Monday, 23 September 2013 King Norodom Sihamoni (left) and CPP President Chea Sim during the first parliament meeting at the National Assembly building yesterday. The long-ruling party of Cambodian Prime
The Cambodian opposition boycotted the opening of parliament Monday over alleged widespread cheating in the July elections, putting the country's political crisis at a critical juncture. Empty seats dotted the National Assembly as 55 lawmakers
Cambodia Cambodia's opposition says it will boycott parliament's opening session Monday unless a last-minute compromise is reached to resolve the country's post-election deadlock. Opposition leader Sam Rainsy said Friday that his party is sticking to
Cambodia (AP) Cambodia's main political parties say they are getting closer to resolving the country's post-election deadlock, though emotions are still running high, with a Buddhist monk threatening to burn himself to protest alleged chicanery at