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CAMBODIA ELECTION 2018: MUST BE PEACEFUL SAY`S PRESIDENT PROFESSOR DR. ANTON CARAGEA

Posted by Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation on August 14, 2018 at 9:05 AM

President Professor Dr. Anton Caragea The Head of International Election Observation Missions (IEOMs) in Phnom Penh, have called on all stakeholders in the country to ensure peaceful and credible elections on July 29, 2018 and for citizens to take part in large numbers in this festivity of democracy and freedom.

 


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The heads of the missions made the call on the eve of the Kingdom of Cambodia National Assembly polls.


The mission urged the political leaders, parties and their supporters to respect the rule of law during balloting and through the results tallying process and for people of Cambodia to show their commitment to democracy and free elections by taking part in great numbers in the July 29, 2018 elections.


“The IEOMs encouraged the candidates to accept the outcome of the elections in line with the provisions of Democracy and Good Governance.

 




“In the event of complaints or disputes, we encourage candidates to seek redress through legal channels whilst at all times refraining from acts of violence and intimidation.”

 



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More information about upcoming election process in Cambodia can be accessed here:

 

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CAMBODIA`S NATIONAL ELECTIONS COMMITTEE ENSURES FREE AND FAIR 2018 POLL


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The missions called on the National Electoral Commission (NEC) and party polling agents “to conduct their duties in a professional manner to ensure that “the elections are transparent,credible and conducted in accordance with prescribed laws and regulations in respect to the preparations already made to that effect.”


It added that the missions congratulate the government of Cambodia for the efforts carved out until now and it is expected to uphold its constitutional obligations to provide a secure environment that guarantees the safety of candidates, voters, NEC officials and electoral materials.

 


The pre-election report considered the political climate for July 29, 2018 elections as conducive to free and transparent polls.

 


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The full text of the pre-election assessment report can be read out here:

EUROPE AND ASIA CONFERENCE

DIPLOMATIC BULLETIN

WORLD ELECTIONS MONITORS ORGANIZATION


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