Cambodian parliament has played an active role in regional and global Francophone Parliamentary Assembly (Assemblée parlementaire de la Francophonie-APF) forum.
The note was highlighted by Samdech Vibol Pheakdei Say Chhum, President of Senate of Cambodia during a recent meeting here with visiting H.E. Christophe-André Frassa, President of the APF Political Commission.
Cambodian parliament and APF have forged a good collaboration through a range of mechanisms of APF including the technical cooperation, said Samdech Say Chhum.
Samdech Say Chhum appreciated H.E. Christophe-André Frassa’s visit, stressing that it will contribute to further strengthening and expanding the cooperation between Cambodian parliament and APF.
The Senate President also briefed H.E. Christophe-André Frassa on the general situation of Cambodia’s national elections since 1993, indicating that the elections were free, fair, and non-violent.
The government is working hard in promoting democracy, freedom of expression, political rights and beyond, he added.
H.E. Christophe-André Frassa spoke highly of intimate relations and cooperation between Cambodian parliament and Francophone countries.
Source: Agency Kampuchea Press