Free, fair and transparent elections as well as maximal participation. From the people to choose the right leader and to have meaningful election results
Civil Society (18th – 22nd October, 2021)
Civil Society (18th – 22nd October, 2021)

At least 373 migrants have been detained in under two weeks during 12 raids on Cambodians crossing into Thailand, a sign of demand for work and confusion over Covid-19 border rules, a labor group said.
Communities and civil society organizations have called for an end to land grabs and unfair and unjust development projects by foreign and local investors.;
Seventeen decrees within the span of a month have privatized 5,000 hectares nine plots on Phnom Penh’s Boeng Tamok lake, benefiting several military commanders; hundreds of hectares near the disputed, under-construction new international airport; and the whole of central Kep.;
A group of more than 30 villagers and police officers in Siem Reap province filed a complaint on Tuesday to the Interior Ministry against Prasat Bakong district police chief Colonel Lim Sambath alleging corruption and requesting his removal.;
The election to choose the 33 members of the council of the Bar Association of the Kingdom of Cambodia (BAKC) took place. 2,011 lawyers who are registered members of the BAKC cast their votes. Among them, 1,186 lawyers went directly to vote at the BAKC voting station, while 825 other lawyers delegated their right to vote to a third person.;
A report of the Cambodia League for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights (Licadho) released after World Habitat Day 2021 that land grabbing has affected more than 5,000 families in the last two years, showing no signs of slowing down during the Covid-19 pandemic. It said that the arrest and imprisonment of land community members and activists had increased over the last two years with at least 21 community members and land activists arrested and 10 jailed. The government has refuted the report.;