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NEC Likely to Delay Making Results Public

The National Election Commit­tee will likely delay Saturday’s scheduled announcement of official election results several days while the Constitutional Council holds public hearings on...

No Protest News Is Top News for State Media

Top story: King Norodom Si­hanouk meets a leader of a minor political party. Highlighted: Prince Norodom Sihamoni visits the new palace museum. In other...

Initial Census Count at 11.4M

Preliminary results of Cam­bodia’s first census in 36 years show that the country’s population hit 11.4 million as of March 3, 1998—doubling the 5.7...

Council to Consider Taking Poll Complaints

The Constitutional Council today will begin considering whether to accept opposition com­plaints of poll fraud, following five days of investigation into the evidence presented,...

Council: F’pec Formula Complaint Too Late

The Constitutional Council is re­fusing to consider a complaint received from Funcinpec about the controversial seat allocation formula because Funcinpec, like the Sam Rainsy...

Exam Day Passes Test—Few Cheats Found

The first day of exams for senior high school diplomas passed quietly Monday, after extra security measures were taken to stop usual widespread cheating,...

Opposition Demonstrates Against Election

About 100 opposition supporters gathered outside the US Embassy on Saturday, slamming last month’s elections and de­mand­ing a new poll overseen by the UN...

Water Rates Likely to Rise Following Electricity Hikes

With electricity rates set to rise by as much as 60 percent next month, the city’s water authority says it may be forced to...

Son Soubert Named to Constitutional Council

King Norodom Sihanouk has appointed Son Soubert to the Constitutional Council in place of his father, Son Sann, who re­signed last week.  A royal decree...

Council Preparing to Hear Controversy on Seat Formula

Constitutional Council members are preparing to hear the controversy over the formula used to allocate seats after last month’s election, following a pledge by...

Judge Readies For Paet Trial

A judge from Phnom Penh Municipal Court has started preparing for the trial of Nuon Paet, the Khmer Rouge leader accused of the murder...

Beehive Radio Station for Sale

After a failed bid for a National Assembly seat in the July 26 election, popular radio host Mam Sonando has decided to put his...

King Said to Worry Over Son Sann’s Absence Boycott Prompts Worries

King Norodom Sihanouk would appoint a new member to the Constitutional Council if Son Sann agreed to resign, the secretary-general of the Son Sann...

Delayed Phnom Penh Results Expected Today Today TodayTodayers Tell of Intimidation, Fraud

A National Election Committee spokesman promised that preliminary results for Phnom Penh will be released today, 10 days after the elections. Samraing Kamsan, spokes­man...

F’pec Party Agents Flee To Capital

Four Funcinpec activists fled to Phnom Penh from Takeo and Koh Kong on Monday, claiming their lives were at risk if they continued working...

Battambang Farmers Worrying July Drought May Stunt Crops

battambang town - Faced with rice fields turning brown and red, farmers and agriculture officials are worried over next year’s food levels in this...

NEC Says Late Changes Affected Observers

battambang town - A top Nat­ional Election Committee official said here Wednesday that a lack of observers in many commune election commissions during the...

CPP Leads, Funcinpec Lags Behind With Counting Delayed

battambang town - The CPP appeared to have a clear lead here Tues­day, with the latest provisional results showing the party 19,000 votes ahead...

Parties Offer Guarded Claims to Successes Victories

battambang town - With Fun­cinpec agents from just three districts returning their results to the party headquarters, Funcinpec candidate Prince Sisowath Sir­irath was reluctant...

Thousands Cheer at B’Bang CPP Rally

tmar kol town, Battambang province - The helicopter hovered above the 30,000-strong crowd.  Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng waved from the sky to the mass...