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Legislative and Executive (22-26 October 2018)
Legislative and Executive (22-26 October 2018)

The Cabinet of Ministers will today deliberate the allocation of 2019’s national budget, which is to be approximately $6.5 billion, a seven percent increase when compared to this year’s.

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The Interior Minister will organize civil society and the government partnership fora twice a year to address the group’s concerns, and to gather recommendations as inputs for national development, ministry senior official Phat Sophanith said today.

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Prime Minister Hun Sen has told Cambodians on a visit to Europe that the upsurge in Chinese nationals living in Cambodia will ease as Chinese construction projects are completed in a bid to ease rising anti-Chinese sentiment in the country. Prime Minister Hun Sen on  said Cambodians should not be concerned over an influx of Chinese nationals in Preah Sihanouk province, where a rising investment has led to foreign population growth and a spike in crime.

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The Cambodian delegation to the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) in Geneva has slammed the body’s Committee on the Human Rights of Parliamentarians after it called for the “immediate release” of former opposition leader Kem Sokha, decrying its reliance on “politically motivated and one-sided sources”.

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Prime Minister Hun Sen has said that the withdrawal of the Everything-but-arms treaty by the European Union will not affect Cambodia as it would have eventually disappeared regardless of the EU’s current review.https://bit.ly/2R4ovek; https://bit.ly/2J8I4iM;

The Cabinet of Ministers will today deliberate the allocation of 2019’s national budget, which is to be approximately $6.5 billion, a seven percent increase when compared to this year’s.

https://bit.ly/2ORbA2P;

The Interior Minister will organize civil society and the government partnership fora twice a year to address the group’s concerns, and to gather recommendations as inputs for national development, ministry senior official Phat Sophanith said today.

https://bit.ly/2CHxMoT;

Prime Minister Hun Sen has told Cambodians on a visit to Europe that the upsurge in Chinese nationals living in Cambodia will ease as Chinese construction projects are completed in a bid to ease rising anti-Chinese sentiment in the country. Prime Minister Hun Sen on  said Cambodians should not be concerned over an influx of Chinese nationals in Preah Sihanouk province, where a rising investment has led to foreign population growth and a spike in crime.

https://bit.ly/2CCsxGU; https://bit.ly/2JiFIyb;

The Cambodian delegation to the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) in Geneva has slammed the body’s Committee on the Human Rights of Parliamentarians after it called for the “immediate release” of former opposition leader Kem Sokha, decrying its reliance on “politically motivated and one-sided sources”.

https://bit.ly/2An33Ml;

Prime Minister Hun Sen has said that the withdrawal of the Everything-but-arms treaty by the European Union will not affect Cambodia as it would have eventually disappeared regardless of the EU’s current review.https://bit.ly/2R4ovek; https://bit.ly/2J8I4iM;