Government leaders, opposition figures and diplomatic representatives to Cambodia issued statements marking the end of 2020 and identifying challenges to face and achievements to fulfil in 2021.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has allowed the Ministry of Health to recruit 3,000 nurses and include them in the state employment framework in 2021 to strengthen the Kingdom’s fight against Covid-19.
The Wildlife Conservation Society’s (WCS Cambodia) Nest Protection Team, in collaboration with the Fisheries Administration, have found five nests of the critically endangered Cantor’s Giant Softshell Turtle (also known as frog-head
Just 222 days after the launch of a campaign to address the court case backlog throughout the Kingdom, the Ministry of Justice has cleared 35,100, or 89 per cent, out of a total of 39,152 cases that were pending.
The National Election Committee (NEC) posted the formal results of an audit checking the names of registered voters this year that showed more than 8.8 million names on the voting list – an increase of more than 200,000 voters compa
Prime Minister Hun Sen confirmed late on December 31 that six more Cambodian migrant workers from Thailand have tested positive for Covid-19, bringing the total to eight in just two days between December 30-31.
Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training will spend nearly $500 million to accomplish a five-year master plan in improving Technical and Vocational Education and Training (2021-2025) by focusing on four strategies.
The Ministry of Justice and the Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) have agreed on pointmen to discuss and address the risks involved in managing confiscated goods.
The ministries of Health and Interior have plans in the works to establish nearly 30 new medical facilities in underserved provinces, including health centres, health posts and referral hospitals.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court on December 30 announced the verdicts in two high profile cases involving Sam Rainsy and former officials of the Supreme Court-dissolved Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP).