Publications

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Handbook for Members of Parliament and the Public

This new Information Manual, prepared by the Secretariat of the National Assembly in cooperation with Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung, provides information on the legal foundations and procedures for MPs. It also offers practical information for MPs, the media and the public on key services the National Assembly Administration provides to its members and the interested public. Therefore, it contributes to the improvement of access to parliamentary information in Cambodia. The Khmer and English version are combined in one Manual. more…

September 4, 2015

KAS Media Study launched

In the past months Andreas Oldag, senior German journalist and the present lecturer at the Department of Media and Communication (DMC), prepared together with the office of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) in Phnom Penh a study on the current legal and political framework of the media in Cambodia with a closer look on the freedom of press and possible advantageous options through the installation of a carefully constructed regulation. more…

Event Reports | May 11, 2015

Press Freedom and Media Regulation in Cambodia

Approaches and Options for Democratic Diversity

Media regulation must create a framework in democratic societies in which journalist of all media formats are able to carry out their work without interference. The Media Study analysis the current situation of the media in Cambodia and looks at options to further develop the regulatory framework for Cambodian Media to promote pluralism, objectivity and balanced programming and reporting. more…

Denis Schrey | May 1, 2015

Cambodian People's Party Congress

The ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) held a 3-day Congress from 30th January until 1st February 2015 in Phnom Penh, intending to enhance the party’s internal organization and reputation prior to the 2017 local and 2018 national elections. more…

Country Reports | February 9, 2015

Advisory Papers on Political Party Development - Vollume III

The Organisation and Work of Political Groups in Parliaments

As indispensable instruments of the division of labor in parliament, political groups perform functions of representation, integration, legitimation, recruitment and communication in parliaments. Internally, they carry out a service function for individual members of parliament and simultaneously secure the working capacity of the parliament. They prevent the parliamentary workflow from being overloaded by complexity and also work against the danger of deadlock that comes with too great a diversity of political interests and perspectives. more…

January 20, 2015