Four Commune Council elections were held in the years 2002,2007,2012. The regular conduct of elections initiated a democratization process in Cambodia. Cambodia has taken the substantial step in implementing decentralization of the Commune/Sangkat reform for the past decade.
The Committee for Free and Fair Elections in Cambodia, COMFREL, is a strong and enduring Cambodian NGO dedicated to providing an independent and non-partisan role in the formation and growth of Cambodian democracy. COMFREL has participated in the 1998, 2003, 2008 and 2013 National Assembly Elections and the 2002, 2007, 2012 and 2017 commune council elections. COMFREL is seeking a qualified consultant team to conduct an external evaluation.
During the 2017 period, COMFREL, it is staff members, it’s board members, and member organizations at all levels carried our activities based on the project title in COMFREL’s annual work. COMFREL, has achieved the following:
We, the undersigned organizations and communities, express our grave concern regarding the Royal Government of Cambodia (“RGC”)’s proposed amendments to the Constitution
During the fourth year of the fifth mandate of the National Assembly (NA), the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC), led by the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), has fulfilled six of 16 political platform promises with precise indicators.
The undersigned Cambodian Associations and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) are deeply concerned over the lawsuit to dissolve the prominent and competitive opposition