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  1. Cambodia - Human rights - Law, Act

    Royal Kram CS/RKM/1197/07 on Political Parties. - English translation

    Adoption: 1997-10-28 | KHM-1997-L-63395

    Governs creation, registration and activities of political parties. Divided into 11 parts. Part 1 contains general provisions. Part 2 regulates establishment of political parties, Part 3 membership, Part 4 internal organization of political parties, Part 5 registration of political parties, Part 6 financing, and Part 7 records and audits. Part 8 provides for dissolution, merging and alliance of political parties; Part 9 for penalties. Parts 10 and 11 contain transitional and final provisions. Available in English and French.

  2. Cambodia - Human rights - Law, Act

    Law on the Media. - English translation Texte en franšais Laws and Regulations online

    Adoption: 1995-07-18 | KHM-1995-L-42145

    Guarantees freedom of the press and of publication in accordance with Articles 31 and 41 of the Constitution. Section 2 guarantees the right to confidentiality of press sources; section 3 prohibits pre-censorship. Section 4 ensures the right to publish official information, unless disclosure of such would threaten national security. Section 12 prohibits the publication of information which "affects national security or political stability"; section 13 prohibits publication of "falsehoods that insult or show contempt for national institutions." Section 17 provides that no person shall own or manage more than two press organs. The number of foreign-owned Khmer language press organs is limited to 20 per cent of the total (section 18). Translation to English.

  3. Cambodia - Human rights - Law, Act

    Law on Demonstrations. - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1991-12-27 | KHM-1991-L-75333

    Regulates the right of meetings and gatherings of groups and crowds for staging demonstrations.


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