New Delhi, 2nd June 2017: Vijay Jolly, Indian Leader & ICAPP Standing Committee Member is leading & heading 12 member International Poll Observers delegation to monitor Cambodia Parliamentary elections. Political leaders of Nepal, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, China, Russia, Myanmar & India have been invited as International poll Observers.
The Election Commission of Cambodia has invited independent election observers from International Conference of Political Parties (ICAPP), Centric Democrat International (CDI) and the Centrist Asia Pacific Democrats International (CAPDI) to observe the Cambodia Parliamentary Elections to be held on 4th June 2017.
Indian BJP Leader Vijay Jolly leading ICAPP, launched in 2000, is a global political organization with members of 360 political parties drawn from 53 countries in Asia. They promote exchanges, cooperation & mutual understanding between citizens of Asia, Europe, Africa & Central America.
Former President of Colombia & President CDI Mr. Andres Pastrana Arango will lead team of 10 observers from 7 countries while Former Speaker of Indonesia & Vice Chairman CAPDI Mr. Agunge Laksono shall lead 8 observers from 4 countries for Cambodia elections. These independent, international observers shall play a complimentary role to ensure free & fair Cambodian elections.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) has dominated Cambodian politics since 2002 obtaining 60% of the total votes in 2002, won 61.1% in 2007 while in the last elections in 2012 it swept the polls winning 61.8% of total votes in Cambodia. The Cambodian National Rescue Party (CNRP) is the top challenger to power in these elections.
Indian BJP leader Vijay Jolly shall pay a courtesy call to meet & greet the Prime Minister of Cambodia Hon’ble Hun Sen on Saturday, 3rd June 2017 at Phnom Penh. He shall be briefed by Indian Charge d’Affaires His Excellency Rajiv Kumar at Embassy of India in the Cambodian capital. Jolly shall specially visit the world famous “Angkor Wat” Hindu temple & Buddhist place of worship “Ta Prohm” temple.
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