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Commune Council Election Calendar - 2007
NEC Answer to Open Letter from ANFREL
Pattern of voting between Parties (2002, 2007 and 2012 Commune Councilor Elections)
REPORT ON MISUSE OF STATE RESOURCE FOR POLITICAL PARTY PURPOSES
STATEMENT ON ELECTION ENVIRONMENT FOR THE 3rd MANDATE COMMUNE/SANGKAT ELECTION

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ANFREL Final Report: 2017 Cambodia Commune/Sangkat Council Elections

July 31st, 2017

Full Report: The 2017 Cambodia IEOM Final Report SUMMARY Since the signing of the Paris Peace Accords in 1991 and the establishment of the modern Cambodian state, the country has been predominantly ruled by the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP). During this period, CPP’s rule has faced few strong electoral challenges – the most important in 1997 […]

Proposed amendments of the constitution on article 76 and creation of New Chapter 15 on the National Election Commission

August 2nd, 2014

Article 76 The National Assembly shall comprise at least 120 members. The number of members of the National Assembly shall be allocated to reflect the proportion of the number of voters in each constituency. You can view the file embedded in the page below:    

Democracy, Elections, and Reform in Cambodia

April 15th, 2014

  The Cambodian Committee for Free and Fair Elections (COMFREL) has since 2009 extended its obser- vations and analysis of the electoral process to the overall democratization process in Cambodia. The analytical reports on the state of democracy titled ‘Democracy, Election and Reform’ are annually pub- lished and disseminated to all interested stakeholders. COMFREL supports […]

Transparency & Impartial Investigation Needed To Repair Lost Confidence in Cambodian Elections

August 5th, 2013

Download as PDF Here 05 August 2013, BANGKOK – Given the level of widespread complaints and reports of irregularities related to the July 28th General Election in Cambodia, the Asian Network for Free Elections (ANFREL) believes that greater transparency and a thorough and impartial investigation that includes a wide variety of participants is the best […]

Joint Statement on concerns over the political environment ahead of the Cambodian National Election 2013

June 27th, 2013

              Statement on concerns over the political environment ahead of the fifth mandate of National Election 2013 Date: June 12, 2013 The Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia (COMFREL), The Cambodian Human Rights Action Committee (CHRAC), the Neutral & Impartial Committee for Free and Fair  Elections  in […]

ANFREL Member COMFREL’s Press Statement, Final Assessment and Findings from the 2012 Commune Council Elections

June 22nd, 2012

Press Statement On Final Assessment and Findings of 2012 Commune Council Elections Phnom Penh: June 20, 2012 Press Statement On Final Assessment and Findings of 2012 Commune Council Elections The Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia (COMFREL) deployed 5,852 election observers including members and staff of national and international NGOs for the 2012 […]

ANFREL Member NICFEC of Cambodia issues Statement on Election Environment for Cambodian Commune Elections

June 4th, 2012

STATEMENT ON ELECTION ENVIRONMENT FOR THE 3rd MANDATE COMMUNE/SANGKAT ELECTION Phnom Penh, June 4, 2012 On June 3, 2012, Neutral and Impartial Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia (NICFEC) deployed 2,000 observers, including people with disabilities, in twenty-one (21) provinces/municipalities to monitor the 3rd Mandate Commune/Sangkat Election process in order to provide information […]

ANFREL Releases Chart on Political Rights and Civil Liberties in Asia

January 6th, 2012

The Asian Network for Free Elections (ANFREL) recently released a chart assigning a score for political rights and civil liberties to 30 countries in Asia. The chart can be viewed below.

2008 Mission Report: Cambodia’s National Assembly

August 1st, 2008

View Full Report (PDF)  ANFREL’s mission to observe the elections to Cambodia’s National Assembly on 27th July 2008 took place from the 18th – 30th July 2008. A total of eleven international observers from eight countries were deployed to eight Cambodian provinces to monitor the pre-election environment and Election Day. The mission was led by […]

2003 Mission Report: Cambodia General Election

August 6th, 2003

View Full Report (PDF) The recently concluded parliamentary election is another significant step towards the democratization of Cambodia Significant improvements were made There was less violence, greater awareness by Votets of their rights increased participation by citizens, and a more efficient admintstration of the election by the National Election Commission Despite these improvements,.further democratic and […]

2002 Mission Report: Cambodia Commune Council Election

March 1st, 2002

View Full Report (PDF) ANFREL concluded that Cambodia has taken another step towards establishing democracy, but there remained much work to be done. Although the balloting on 3 February 2002 passed peacefully and without serious instances of violence, ANFREL stressed in this report that the assessment of electoral process was based on a single day […]

1998 Mission Report: Cambodia General Election

September 1st, 1998

View Full Report (PDF) The future of Cambodia depends primarily on how the political key players are able to put their acts together and how the international community is able to influence and exert pressure on major issues crucial to the country’s democratization process. With a very fragile government composed of I opposing elements, forced […]

 

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