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Press Release​​ COMFREL’s Monitoring and Evaluation Report of the Royal Government’s Fulfillment On their Precise Indicator Political Platforms 2009 to 2010

May 19, 2011—COMFREL has released its Monitoring and Evaluation Report of the Royal Government’s Fulfillment on their Precise Indicator Political Platforms 2009 to 2010.
Mr. Koul Panha, executive director of COMFREL, said: “This report will encourage voters to monitor and evaluate the performance of elected officials on their promises. The report also provides feedback from voters for the Royal Government and elected officials to consider.”

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Directory of the Fourth National Assembly of Cambodia (2008-2013)

The publishing of the Directory of the Fourth National Assembly of Cambodia is part of COMFREL’s National Assembly and Member of Parliament watch program and is a continuation and updating of the Directory of the Third National Assembly of the Kingdom of Cambodia published in 2006. COMFREL would like to thank PACT-CAMBODIA for their technical assistance in the publishing of the Directory of the Third National Assembly. This Directory of the Fourth National Assembly of Cambodia is prepared for communities, organizations, institutions, and especially for the people, as a tool and source of information to better
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Press Release On Youth Evaluation of the Achievement of the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) or Elected Political Parties in “Combating Corruption”

This score-based evaluation was carried out at the “Youth Voters’ Voice Forum” on elected officials or political parties’ achievements on “Combating Corruption”. The forum was organized by COMFREL in conjunction with the Youth Council of Cambodia, the Khmer Youth Association and the Youth Resource Development Program. The forum is one part of COMFREL’s “Government Watch” project; the issue under discussion is one seriously affecting the livelihood and future of voters.
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Report On Youth Evaluation of the Achievements of the Royal Government of Cambodia or Elected Political Parties in “Legal and Judicial System Reform”

110 youth voters, of whom 44, equal to 40%, were female, attended a forum organized by COMFREL in cooperation with the Youth Council of Cambodia, Khmer Youth Association and the Youth Resource Development Program. After discussion and presentations from three speakers (two parliamentarians and the Executive Director of Cambodian Defenders Project), participants evaluated the achievements of the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) or elected political parties regarding legal and judicial system reform. The evaluation focused on four main issues, which were later scored by participants on a scale of 1 to 5: 1 represents absolutely dissatisfied and 5 very satisfied.
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POLITICAL PLATFORM OF THE ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF CAMBODIA FOR THE THIRD LEGISLATUREF NATIONAL ASSEMBLY O

1. The preparation of the Coalition RGC's Political Platform for the 3rd Legislature of National Assembly is based on the following key fundamental factors:

. The insistence by the whole Khmer population of having peace, national reconciliation, stability, social order, truly promoted multipartite democracy, respect of human rights and freedom and dignity, national independence, sovereignty and prestige, territorial integrity and sustainable development, providing the nation and all the citizens across the Kingdom of Cambodia with progress, prosperity, harmony and decent livelihood.

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Monitoring Report on Government's Platform Fulfilment for first six months (July 2004 – January 2005)

The Royal Government of Cambodia for the third Legislature of the National Assembly was founded on July 15, 2004, and expected to apply the Rectangular Strategy, with Good Governance as the Core, in order to implement its 73 points-political platform for its people, who had cast their votes for them on July 27, 2003.
Obviously, statements and recommendations have been consecutively made by governmentleaders and the new Assembly, which seem
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