High Voter Turnout Reflects Failure of Sam Rainsy’s “Clean Fingers” Campaigns: PM Hun Sen

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President of Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) Hun Sen said the participation of Cambodian citizens in July 29 elections is not only a victory of democracy in Cambodia, but also the failure of the former opposition leader’s “clean fingers” and “sleep at home to win” campaigns.

Prime Minister Hun Sen expressed gratitude to all workers for their support by going to vote on 29 July 2018, and through high voter turnout, thanks for people’s commitment in strengthening democratic process in Cambodia.

“Rainsy shall not...Read More

PM Hun Sen: The Sixth Mandate National Assembly and Government to Establish on 19-20 September

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Prime Minister Hun Sen announced that the first session of National Assembly will be held on 19 September 2018 and the new government 20 September 2018, addressing to more than 10,000 workers in Phnom Penh on Thursday morning.

“The first session of parliament will be held on the morning of 19th September, and the oath will be taken same day in the evening […] the morning of 20th, the new government will be established and the oath will be taken same day...Read More

PM Hun Sen Thanks Citizens and Workers for Going to Vote

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Prime Minister Hun Sen thanked citizens, especially workers throughout the country for going to vote on 29 July 2018, making the voter turnout 82.89%, addressing to workers from factories in Meanchey district on Thursday morning.

Your participations in Cambodian general election 2018 indicates a failure of former opposition leader Sam Rainsy’s “clean finger campaign”, he said, those who campaigned for “clean fingers” and “sleep at home to win” were ones of the many ignorances.

The premier taunted Rainsy that through the high voter...Read More

Cambodia Succeeds Economic and Democratic Development in 2018, Says PM Hun Sen

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After Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) received excessive support from the people, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said that 2018 is the year that Cambodia has triumphed in building economic and democratic processes in the country.

The announcement was made at the inauguration of boat taxi station at Phnom Penh’s Russei Keo district, his first public appear after the 6th National Assembly members election on 29 July 2018.

Prime Mnister Hun Sen on Wednesday announced free access to newly launched boat taxi from...Read More

PM Hun Sen: Cambodia Is Heading To Better Achievements for the “Construction and Defense of Motherland”

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Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) leader Hun Sen announced on the first day of electoral Campaign July 7 the policies of the CPP to be implemented in the next mandate of 2018-2023, addressing to more than 60,000 members at Diamond Island Exhibition and Convention Center, Phnom Penh.

The premier pledged to achieve the policies if the CPP continues to win in the upcoming National Assembly member election to be held on 29 July 2018.

Prime Minister has announced to his compatriots and supporters of...Read More

PM Hun Sen Announces to Protect Cambodia's Peace and Prosperity


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Prime Minister Hun Sen, the leader of the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), announced to protect Cambodian peace and prosperity and prevent the civil war.

“CPP is always with the people. We build this nation from zero; therefore, CPP will make sure that the country will not return to a destruction. From now on, there is only peace and progress, and I will take care Cambodia forever,” Prime Minister Hun Sen wrote on Facebook on Friday, attached with a photo of himself having...Read More

No Election, No Development: PM Hun Sen

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Prime Minister Hun Sen once again urged people to go to vote on 29 July 2018.

“Election day is coming. Citizens will exercise their rights and freedom to determine the destiny of the nation through a free, fair, and just election,” the premier wrote on Facebook Thursday.

“We go to vote together to strengthen democracy in the kingdom… because no election, no development,” he added.

He thanks people for trusting his leadership in making Cambodia peaceful and developed as today; and urged them to...Read More

PM Hun Sen: What Cambodians Get Voting for CPP

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, the leader of Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), stated that CPP’s 11 policies focus on national development and improved people’s livings, speaking to 60,000 CPP supporters and member at the first day of election campaign on 7 July 2018.

“If CPP continues winning in the upcoming election, the party is committed to ensure peace, stability, security and sustainable development in the kingdom with a focus on governance reforms aiming at strengthening public institutions and building a clean administration,...Read More

Voting for CPP Benefits Youths

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Youths have a significant role in developing the nation.

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen recently annouced that Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) has set a policy to improve human resources and capacity building of young people if the CPP wins the election in the sixth mandate.

“All youths are provided with full opportunity to education, jobs, and allowed to engage in decision-making at national and sub-national levels. Every village has primary schools, every commune has secondary schools, and every district has high schools,” stated...Read More

Vote for CPP to Get Low Electricity Cost

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen announced that Cambodia will set up a program to reduce electricity costs for all types of users nationwide for 2019 and 2020.

The development of human resources, water, roads and electricity are the four priorities of the Cambodian Government led by the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), and that the government determined that every citizen throughout the country will have access to the electricity by 2020.

Prime Minister Hun Sen said on July 7 that to implement lower electricity...Read More

Vote for CPP, the Real Rescuer of the Nation: PM Hun Sen

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The only party who is the real rescue of the nation from Pol Pot Regime in 1979 is the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), Prime Minister Hun Sen, Head of CPP, wrote on Sunday.

Voicing through election indicates the exercising of right to freedom in choosing favorable leader in a democratic way without coercions, the premier mentioned earlier.

He called on citizens to vote for CPP, ordered 20th on the ballot paper, in order to maintain peace and ensure Cambodia’s further development and prosperity.

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Voting for CPP Benefits Vendors

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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen had decided to allow vendors to sell at the state-owned malls, and that their stall possessions are lifelong and transferable to the descendants speaking on 7 July 2018 in the first day of the electoral campaign.

Such decision indicated that Prime Minister Hun Sen has taken great care of the vendors and has given full control over the stalls to the vendors.

Every time the stalls were on fires, Prime Minister Hun Sen always helps rebuild the market....Read More


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