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Defense Minister Tea Banh Awarded 'Samdech' Honorific - The Cambodia Daily

Defense Minister Tea Banh has been bestowed with Cambodia's highest honorific, according to a royal decree signed on Saturday, just months after he threatened to “smash the teeth” of anyone who dared to contest election results with protests. With the ...and more »

Hun Sen to visit Japan - Khmer Times

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who will hold talks with Prime Minister Hun Sen next month in Tokyo. AFP. Prime Minister Hun Sen will be visiting Japan early next month to further strengthen the partnership between the two countries. It will be his ...and more »

Hun Sen Sets Date for Next National Election—July 29, 2018 - The Cambodia Daily

Prime Minister Hun Sen set the date for next year's national election as July 29, officially backtracking on a deal his ruling CPP made with the opposition in 2014 to hold the poll during the dry season. As required by the law on national elections ...and more »

Defence Minister Tea Banh gets 'Samdech' honorific - The Phnom Penh Post

Defence Minister Tea Banh, seen speaking at an event earlier this year, was granted the honorific of 'Samdech' in a royal decree on Saturday. Heng Chivoan. Defence Minister Tea Banh gets 'Samdech' honorific. Mon, 31 July 2017. Mech Dara. Defence ...and more »

Cambodia PM sets 2018 general election date - The Star Online

Phnom Penh: Cambodia's strongman premier Hun Sen has set July 29 as the date for a highly anticipated 2018 general election, according to a document seen by AFP. The poll will be a major test for the authoritarian premier, whose government has spent ...and more »