Cambodian Election: 83% Turned Out to Vote to Determine Country’s Fate, Says PM Hun Sen

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen wrote on Facebook page on Tuesday that 83 percent of registered voters went to vote in the general election 2018 to determine fate of Cambodia to ensure sustainable peace and development.

The premier added that according to the National Election Committee’s announcement, the official election result will be announced on 15 August 2018.

“Tomorrow, I will visit and hold discussion with garment workers in Phnom Penh’s Reussey Keo district to solve some challenges. Thank you so much for...Read More


PM Hun Sen Announces Free Access to National Road No. 21

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Prime Minister Hun Sen announced to allow free access for people traveling on National Road No. 21 connecting Daun Keo city to National Road No. 2 to Takeo province, effective from 12:00 am tonight, according to the Takeo provincial administration’s letter dated on Tuesday.

“In order to facilitate transportation and contribute to improving the livelihoods of the citizens, Prime Minister Hun Sen decided to provide free access to National Road No. 21 from 12:00 am Tuesday,” stated in the letter.

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Preliminary Results Shows Cambodia Needs Long-Term Peace: PM Hun Sen

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Prime Minister Hun Sen, the leader of Cambodian People’s Party, on Saturday morning said that the preliminary results announced by the National Election Committee today obviously indicated that Cambodia needs long-term peace in order to develop the country further.

“Thank all the compatriots for trusting me and the CPP. I won’t let you all down,” said Prime Minister Hun Sen.

According to the NEC, following multiple verifications, voter turnout increases from 82.89% to 83.02% among the 8,380,217 registered voters in the 6th National...Read More


National Police Chief Orders Police to Crack Down PM Hun Sen's Facebook Hacker

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General Neth Savoeun, chief of National Police, on Friday, said that the police is tracking an anonymous, who hacked Prime Minister’s Hun Sen Facebook account.

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s Facebook account “Samdech Hun Sen, Cambodian Prime Minister” was hacked by an anonymous, Doung Dara confirmed to Fresh News earlier Friday.

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Japan's Ruling Party Congratulates PM Hun Sen for Winning Election

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Japanese Liberal Democracy Party Secretary-General Toshihiro Nikai sent a congratulatory letter to Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen dated on 8 August 2018.

“I heartily congratulate you on your party’s overwhelming victory in the general election,” Nikai wrote in the letter.

“I would like to express my profound respect to your leadership that has enabled Cambodia to come through an unfortunate period of war and advance steadily towards reconstruction and prosperity,” he added.

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Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha Congratulates PM Hun Sen for Cambodia's Successful Elections

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Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-Cha sent a congratulatory message dated on Wednesday to Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen for gaining overwhelming support in the 6th mandate National Assembly members election, which was held on 29 July 2018.

“On behalf of the Government and the people of the Kingdom of Thailand, I have the honor to extend my warmest congratulations to Your Excellency and the Cambodian People’s Party for yet another landslide victory in the general elections”, wrote in the message.

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PM Hun Sen: Sixth Mandate National Assembly and Government to Establish on 5-6 September

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Prime Minister Hun Sen announced that the first session of National Assembly will be held on 5th September and the new government on 6th, addressing to 18,467 workers from 14 factories in Kampong Speu Province on Wednesday.

Prime Minister Hun Sen said yesterday that he had requested His Majesty Norodom Sihamoni, King of the Kingdom of Cambodia, to change date of the convening of the National Assembly and the establishment of the new Royal Government.

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Only 8 Minutes to Locate Cyber Insult on Facebook: PM Hun Sen

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Prime Minister Hun sen and President of the Cambodian People’s Party stressed that those who insulted on Facebook could be tracked down within eight minutes, addressing to 18,467 workers from 14 factories in Kampong Speu Province on Wednesday.

Prime Minister Hun Sen confirmed that the management of the National Security Administration is strong enough to locate those who insult on Facebook within a few minutes.

Prime Minister Hun Sen urged Facebook users to use the technology wisely.

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Cambodia to Become a High Middle-Income Country by 2030: PM Hun Sen

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Prime Minister Hun Sen is optimistic that Cambodia could achieve the vision of becoming a high middle-income country by 2030 with the assistance of Japan and China, addressing to 18,467 workers from 14 factories in Kampong Speu Province on Wednesday.

“We developed from a so-called poor country to a low middle income country, and we have a vision to be a high middle-income country by 2030,” said Prime Minister Hun Sen.

“Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe said that Japan will assist Cambodia to...Read More


CPP Guarantees No War for Cambodia: PM Hun Sen

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In response to the overwhelming number of votes in July’s election, president of the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) Hun Sen wrote on Facebook page on Friday evening announcing that the CPP guarantees to protect Cambodia from war.

Prime Minister Hun Sen stressed that the high voter turnout in the Cambodian general election 2018 indicates the people’s wills to live in peace and development.

“Thanks again to all compatriots who have voted for the CPP. It is clear that most of the compatriots need...Read More


PM Hun Sen to Attend Asia-Europe Meeting and the ASEAN-EU Summit in Brussels

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Prime Minister Hun Sen confirmed that he will attend the 12th Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Summit to be held on 18 -19 October 2018, addressing to workers from factories in Meanchey district on Thursday morning.

“I received two invitations to attend the Asia-Europe Meeting and ASEAN-EU summit from European Council president Donald Tusk and European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker. I will leave Phnom Penh to Brussels, Belgium on the evening of October 17,” said Prime Minister Hun Sen.

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PM Hun Sen Calls on Voters and Non-Voters to Not Discriminate against Each Other

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen appealed to Cambodian voters and non-voters to not discriminate against each other, which could lead to conflict, addressing to workers from factories in Meanchey district on Thursday morning.

“Over 82% of registered voters went to vote, while nearly 18% did not, so please understand each other. The 18% shall not insult the 82% as the foreign nationals, and the 82% should not do so, for everyone has different reasons. Regardless of personal and political reasons, please do...Read More


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