New York (FN), Sep. 24 – Cambodian prime minister Hun Sen said that the recent commune election held last June has reflected the kingdom's continued efforts for democratization process as more than 80% of registered voters went to cast their ballots in a free, fair, peaceful, and transparent manner.
The premier spoke at the 77th Session of UNGA on Friday (Sep 23) in New York, the United States.
“In terms of democratization process, the recent commune election held last June has reflected our continued efforts as more than 80% of registered voters went to cast their ballots in a free, fair, peaceful, and transparent manner,” the premier underlined.
“The appreciation and full support of Cambodian people for the unremitting efforts of RGC in preserving peace, political stability, socio-economic development, and the successful fight against the COVID19 pandemic resulted in an overwhelming majority vote in favor of the ruling party,” the premier added.
The 5th mandate communal election was held on 5 June 2022, attended by 17 political parties. The Cambodian People’s Party has won 9,376 communal councilor seats at the 5th mandate communal elections and will lead 1,648 communes.