The 2010 Budget Law shows that the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) expects to receive nearly two billion US dollars during the course of the year. Spending this revenue collected from taxes, fees and fines paid by citizens and companies, as well as the grants and loans from development partners, is the RGC most potent instrument to achieve the goals and objectives outlined in the Rectangular Strategy phase II and the National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP).
The Open Budget Initiative is a global research and advocacy program to promote public access to budget information and adoption of budget systems that provide a higher level of accountability. The International Budget Partnership (IBP), based in Washington, launched the Initiative with the Open Budget Survey (OBS) to assess the availability, in each country, of eight key budget documents as well as the comprehensiveness of the data contained in these documents.
The purpose of this Law is to regulate the preparation, administration and the conduct of non-universal election to select Capital/Provincial, Municipality/ District/Khan Councils, further referred to in this Law as “Councils”.
Law on Election of Members of the National Assembly (LEMNA) and Amendments of Law on Election of Members of the National AssemblyPublication Year: 2013 / Sources: Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC)
The purpose of this Law is to establish the electoral organs, procedures, and the conduct of the Election of Members of the National Assembly of the Kingdom of Cambodia.
This law is subject to determine the procedures and functions of the appointment and election of the Senators of the Kingdom of Cambodia as well as to determine electors, electoral colleges and constituencies.