Sunday's vote was seen as a first step in preparations for parliamentary elections scheduled for July, which are also expected to confirm Hun Sen's rule. The ruling party has claimed to have secured victory by excluding any serious opposition from the contest.
Under the ruling party's rules, candidates are allowed to run only in parliamentary elections, while the Senate has no significant decision to make - and thus the power to behave. Media deemed critical of the government have been forced to cease operations, some have fled the country, and the Supreme Court, one of Cambodia's most powerful institutions, has been dissolved following an aggressive lawsuit against the government backed by a politicized court.
Opposition parties have performed strongly in the elections, winning more than half of the country's 1.2 million parliamentary seats and nearly a third of the country's 5,000 municipal councils. Privately, the party claims to have won only a small fraction of the vote, around 1,500 out of 11,572 local councils, but it privately claims to have won the majority.
Nicaragua and Cambodia have similar demographic characteristics and are both classified as countries of medium human development. In both countries, the adult literacy rate is estimated at 78%, which means that the average school year is about 6 years (19). It takes an average of 10 years to complete a 6-year primary school, but the drop-out rate is higher in Cambodia, with a drop-out rate of about 10% for children under 5.
Nicaragua still has the lowest level of education in Central America, and 72% of the population has no secondary education. Cambodia is also less urbanized, with 80% of the population living in rural areas, compared with 41% in Nicaragua.
It is hot and oppressive all year round, and the least humid day of the year is January 20, with crowded conditions 66% of the time. The rainy season is cloudy in Ta Khmau, but the dry season is partly cloudy. With an average high of 96 degrees Celsius and a low of 80 degrees Celsius, the hottest day of the year was April 6. It was also hot and oppressive all year round with average highs of 95 Aegon and lows of 78 Aegon.
During the year, temperatures typically vary between 73AdegF and 96AdgF, but rarely exceed 68AdigF or 101AdagF. During the day, the average temperature of Ta Khmau peaked at 73 ° F on January 20 and peaked at night on April 6.
The length of the day in Ta Khmau varies considerably, ranging from 47 minutes to 12 hours, but the level of comfort is muggy, oppressive and miserable. The shortest day was December 21 and the longest day was January 20, with an average temperature of 73 degrees Celsius and a maximum of 96 degrees Celsius. The period covered by the raid this year was 11 months from February 7 to December 23, while the longer days were from February 6 to April 6 and from April 2 to May 4. This period of cool water lasted 2-4 months and during the warmest months from March to June, from January to September, the wellness level was humid and oppressive (miserable).
Based on these values, the best time to visit Ta Khmau for hot weather activities is in late November to early March. This time of year for hot water lasts 2.0 months and the hot season lasts 2 - 6 months.
If a day is wet, the wet season lasts 6.1 months and if rain and snow fall on the same day. In Ta Khmau, most of the rain falls on 31 days, which peaked on August 18, but on these days, different types of rainfall have been observed without any trace of it.
The average wind speed is less than 1.0 km / h per hour, except for the hours when the average wind direction is in the four directions.
The coldest day of the year is January 1 with an average low of 73 AdegF and a maximum of 87 AdegF. The day with the warmest water this year is May 6 with an average temperature of 88 AdegaF. Wind is moderate from north to south at a speed of 1.0 km / h. Daytime temperatures reach 32 degrees, but the temperature drops to 25 degrees at night and 20 degrees at dawn.
Visibility is moderate from north to south at a speed of 1.0 km / h, with a maximum visibility of 3.5 meters at night and 2.2 meters in the morning.
The previous five-year period covers the period from 1 July to 30 June of the start and closing year and the following five years thereafter. The values may differ from those indicated in the annual change indicator, which shows the corresponding percentage change of the last year, provided that the temperature did not change in the previous five-year period from the previous year to the previous year.