Home Authors Posts by Pin Sisovann

Pin Sisovann

830 POSTS 0 COMMENTS

Vocational School May Be Swapped to Phanimex

The government is negotiating with the Phanimex company to ex­change the state-owned Preah Kossomak Vocational Training School on Russian Boulevard for new buildings elsewhere...

S-21 Photographer Has a New Vision: KR Tourism

Anlong Veng, Oddar Meanchey province - "The world should thank me for my work," Nhem En told the makers of the recent Academy Award-nominated...

CPP, SRP Fined for Violating Campaign Rules

The National Election Commit­tee on Wednesday fined officials from the SRP and CPP a total of $5,000 for breaching election campaign rules, according to...

Sam Rainsy Canvasses Kandal in Campaign’s Final Stretch

With election day less than a week away, political parties are using every last hour to rally supporters. SRP President Sam Rainsy hit the...

MARKED MEN

It’s a well-known story by this point, but Nhiek Bun Chhay still tells it with plenty of verve: July 5 and 6, 1997—the coalition...

NEC Discusses Cases Involving SRP Officials

An internal National Election Com­mittee meeting was held Thurs­day evening to finalize details on an official hearing of two high-profile cases involving top SRP...

Military More Active in Campaign Period: Groups

Cambodia’s military has been more involved in this year’s election campaign than previous years, which officials say threatens the democratic nature of the upcoming...

The Fading Tradition of Khmer Magical Tattoos

It's a well-known story by this point, but Nhiek Bun Chhay still tells it with plenty of verve: July 5 and 6, 1997-the coalition...

Mu Sochua Claims Nearly Hurt by CPP Official

SRP Deputy Secretary-General Mu Sochua has accused a CPP deputy village chief in Kampot district of attempting to hit her with his motorbike following...

Capital Seeks To Limit Party Processions

The Phnom Penh municipal authority is seeking approval to ban campaign processions along major boulevards as well as party rallies at the Independence Monument...

NEC Welcomes Observation as Ballots Are Moved

The National Election Com­mittee will today transport ballots for the July national election from the Ly Vann Hong printing firm to an NEC warehouse...

Party’s Protest Results in Changes to Planned NDI Debates

The National Democratic In­stitute has agreed to change the format of a planned television and radio debate series among political parties after successful pro­tests...

Parties Deny Gift-Giving Equates to Purchasing of Votes

Pich Pov, 37, was pleasantly surprised last Sunday when local CPP officials showed up on her doorstep in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district bearing...

Private Home Boasts Museum-Quality Angkor Art Collection

Walking into Michel Tranet’s house is like stepping into an era past-well, a few dozen eras actually. At the ground level, his Phnom Penh...

News Show’s Airtime Set on ‘Equity’ Rules

Equity News, a televised news program aired on state-run TVK and backed by the UN Develop­ment Program, announc­ed Mon­day that political parties would get...

NEC Has Yet To Decide on Debate Series

The National Election Com­mittee is in the process of deciding whether to give the go-ahead to a political party debate series planned by the...

Ballot Printing Factory Opens Doors to Monitors

The rhythmic whir of machinery and the sour smell of ink filled the Tuol Kok district factory where the National Election Committee has begun...

NEC Reinstates Voter Eligibility After Removal

The National Election Committee made 1,138 Phnom Penh voters re-eligible to vote last week after the names of the Stung Meanchey commune residents were...

hidden treasures

Walking into Michel Tra­net’s house is like stepping into an era past—well, a few dozen eras actually. At the ground level, his Phnom Penh home...

Son Chhay: Gov’t Reply to Queries ‘Not Clear’

SRP lawmaker Son Chhay said Thursday that he is not at all satisfied with the answers he received from the government in response to...

Latest Headlines

Aussie filmmaker back home after 15 months in Cambodia jail on...

James Ricketson is back in Sydney after 15 months in a Phnom Penh prison on accusations of spying. But he has promised he will return to Cambodia.

Stay Connected

377,399FansLike
23,790FollowersFollow
0SubscribersSubscribe