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The Constitution of the Kingdom of Cambodia (2008)

Cambodian Constitution is the supreme law of the Kingdom of Cambodia, enshrining values such as the rule of law, human rights, democracy and power separation deep into the Kingdom’s legal and political system. Its relevance and importance for ordinary Cambodian citizens covers varying aspects, ranging from freedom of religion, expression and access to information to fundamental rights such as labor, economic, women’s and social rights as well as the right to education and institutional protection. Furthermore, the Constitution regulates Cambodia’s state organization by identifying roles and responsibilities of the country’s institutions, the electoral system and political parties.

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Additional Info

Field Value
Geographic area (spatial range)
  • Cambodia
Document reference # NS/RKM/0704/001
Issuing agency/parties
  • Constitutional Council
  • English
  • Khmer
Formal type of document Constitution
Topics Constitution and rights
License CC-BY-SA-4.0
Copyright No
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Status Signed and in effect
Adoption date/Enacted/Promulgation date/Signing date September 21, 1993
Effective/Enforced Date September 21, 1993
Publication reference Secretariat General of the Senate
Links to source

Senate of the Kingdom of Cambodia

Address: Palace Chamkarmorn, Norodom Boulevard, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Phone: (855)23 211 441, (855)23 211 442, Fax: (855)23 211 446

Date uploaded January 9, 2016, 23:24 (UTC)
Date modified November 26, 2020, 08:46 (UTC)