CNRP Vice President Kem Sokha, who was on Tuesday elected National Assembly vice president, told reporters that the opposition party supports recent calls to impose limits on the number of terms a person can serve as prime minister.
About 50 current employees of the Phnom Penh Sorya Transportation company staged a counterprotest Tuesday outside their office against an ongoing picket by 17 sacked bus drivers and dozens of union members.
At a seminar to promote corporate integrity among small and medium-sized enterprises in Phnom Penh on Tuesday, the consensus among local businesspeople was that there is no way companies in Cambodia can avoid corrupt practices and still remain competitive.
In a theatrical start to CNRP Vice President Kem Sokha’s term as the first vice president of the National Assembly, Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday rose to the floor of parliament to demand that a recalcitrant Nguon Nhel, the outgoing first vice president, hand the seat over to Mr. Sokha.
On a sparsely populated prairie in Kandal province about 40 km northeast of Phnom Penh, the transformation from farmland to industrial haven has begun.