Phnom Penh: The National Assembly of Cambodia in 2020 passed 36 laws to serve the interests and real needs of the country and the people of Cambodia. That is more than in 2019, when there were only 32, while analysts welcomed the approval but said some laws were not adopted. Come fully implemented.
Leng Peng Long, secretary general of the National Assembly, told the Post yesterday that the 36 laws had been proposed by the Royal Government of Cambodia for approval by the National Assembly. To use in real situations, and this number compared to last year is slightly higher.
Mr. Leng Penglong explained that the past, as well as the current law passed by the National Assembly is to serve the needs of the country according to the situation. Obviously.
Some laws have been passed but have not yet been implemented, such as the state of emergency, and it is not known when they will be implemented.
"At this time, the National Assembly has passed all the laws, there are no more, but if there is a proposal from the government," he said. In the future, the National Assembly will continue to review and approve more.
According to Leng Penglong, since 1993, Cambodia has not had enough laws, but later the National Assembly passed a series of laws, such as the Gambling Law. Established a long time ago, but only approved by the National Assembly in 2020.
Em Sovannara, a political and social analyst, welcomed the passage of the law, but said that there were some laws that the National Assembly Past approvals have not been implemented accurately and completely.
"We look at the general situation of the constitution, there are some principles and some articles are not fully implemented, such as Article 1 of the Congress," he said. The nation, which so far we have not held any congress, another point related to the legal mechanism. "Agreements to international conventions and conditions on human rights in Cambodia, we have not fully implemented."
According to Mr. Em Sovannara, a number of other laws have been approved by the National Assembly at the request of the government, which does not meet the needs of the people, but Respond to the needs of more politicians or individuals.