King Norodom Sihamoni attended and presided over the grand celebration of Cambodia’s 30th Constitution Day​


[INNEWS Comprehensive Report] On October 6, Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni celebrated the 30th anniversary of the founding of the Constitution with a grand ceremony. Senate President Say Chhum, Chairman of the King’s Supreme Advisory Council Hun Sen, former National Assembly Chairman Heng Samrin, Prime Minister Hun Manet and many senior leaders and institutional representatives attended the event.

Since 1993, Cambodia adopted a constitution that is still in use today. It has gone through 30 years and laid the foundation for the country’s prosperity and stable development.

King Norodom Sihamoni of Cambodia firmly believes that under the protection of the Constitution, various national institutions in Cambodia will continue to perform their duties with a high sense of responsibility, promote the development of the country, and achieve the goal of becoming a high-income country in 2030 and a high-income country in 2050. national goals.

He said that by then, the Cambodian people will live a prosperous, peaceful and stable life. Im Chhun Lim, Chairman of the Constitutional Committee, said that the Constitution of the Kingdom of Cambodia is a historic achievement that has witnessed the comprehensive resolution of Cambodia’s political conflicts and the peaceful transformation of society.

On September 21, 1993, the constitution approved by the Constituent Assembly officially came into effect. This was an important milestone in Cambodia’s move towards freedom and democracy. The Constitution has exerted great cohesion in solving political and legal issues and maintaining social harmony.

Since its adoption, the Constitution has been revised 10 times to meet the practical needs of society. In addition, the harmonious unity of the two values forms a cohesive force in solving political and legal issues and maintaining social harmony.

It is understood that the Constitution is the supreme law of the Kingdom of Cambodia, and the laws and decisions of state agencies must strictly abide by the Constitution. As for some points clearly stipulated in the constitution, Cambodia must strictly abide by the constitutional monarchy and multi-party liberal democracy. The Cambodian Constitution stipulates the principle of separation of powers, namely legislative, executive and judicial, and also approves the basic rights of citizens and the principle of the rule of law.