Cambodia is a one party dominant state with the Cambodian People’s Party in power. Opposition parties do exist, but are widely considered to have no real chance of gaining power.
Currently represented in the Cambodian Parliament 2008 – 2013.
|Cambodian People’s Party
Kanakpak Pracheachun Kâmpuchéa
|CPP||90||46||Chea Sim||Social democracy, Democratic socialism, Reformism|
|Sam Rainsy Party
Kanakpak Sam Rainsy
|SRP||26||11||Sam Rainsy||Liberalism, Nationalism, Liberal democracy|
|Human Rights Party
Kanakpak Sethi Manuth
|HRP||3||0||Kem Sokha||Progressivism, Nationalism, Liberal democracy|
|FP||2||0||Keo Puth Rasmey||Conservatism, Royalism, Nationalism|
Cambodian Parties registered (and recognized) for Elections 2013.
(Status: May 18, 2013)
- Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) (recognized by NEC)
- Royalist Funcinpec Party (recognized by NEC)
- Khmer National Party of Cambodia (KNPC) (recognized by NEC)
- Khmer Republican Party (KRP) (recognized by NEC)
- League for Democracy Party (recognized by NEC)
- Khmer Anti-Poverty Party
- Khmer Economic Development Party
- Cambodian National Rescue Party (recognized by NEC)