Mr. Kem Rathviseth, President of the Civil Society Alliance Forum, emphasized that the 220 international observers assigned to organizations, institutions and representatives of 52 countries on five continents are all experienced in observing elections in the countries. In the world. He said this on the evening of July 24, 2018 at the Koh Pich Center during a press conference on the participation of national and international observers for the upcoming July 29, 2018 election. .
Mr. Kemrath Viseth added that the international observers came to observe Cambodia through their voluntary principles, were independent and had the right to state what they had observed in person.
It should be noted that for the 6th National Assembly Election 2018, there were 1,036 national observers from 93 organizations and associations throughout the capital and 220 international observers. Organizations, institutions and representatives of 52 countries from 5 continents in the world will observe the election on July 29, 2018.
In addition to direct observation at polling stations in Phnom Penh and the provinces, international observers are also scheduled to pay a courtesy call on the leaders of a number of top institutions and discuss work with various stakeholders.
Following the completion of the election observation mission, the international observers are scheduled to hold a press conference on the evening of July 29, 2018. The National Observers are scheduled to hold a press conference on the afternoon of July 30, 2018 to present the facts of the election process as witnesses who observed the polling stations in person.