Key Reforms
The drafting of “Access to information” law
Ministry of Information formed 3 sub-committees to work on the draft law on the “Access to Information”. Those three sub-committees were working on reviewing related legal documents domestically and internationally as the foundation for writing up provisions and chapters of the draft law. As of late, 50 per cent of the draft law has been completed.
Partially completed
MoI Annual Meeting Report 2014
National Radio
The national radio was broadcasted via internet, the website ( and DTV Channel 85.
MoI Annual Meeting Report 2015
Child protection and development policy
On 1August 2014, child protection and development policy was officially announced by Prime Minister Hun Sen and to implement this policy effectively, the government produced a sub-decree on the appointment of the members of child protection and development committee dated, 26 March 2014.Based on the sub-decree, MoI requested the child protection and development committee to decide on the formation of child protection and development technical coordinating committee to implement the child protection and development policy of the government in information sector. The implementation of child protection and development by MoI resulted in the producing of “love Your Child” broadcasting program.
MoI Annual Meeting Report 2015
After the​​​broadcasting committee was created according to the Decision 302 dated on May 05, 2015, it decided to create four sub-committees based on the Decision 393 dated on October 01, 2015, and the Decision 270 dated on July 25, 2016.

- sub-committee for television work
-sub-committee for FM radio work
-subcommittee for journalism publishing work
-sub-committee for web-based journalism publishing

The duty of the four sub-committees is to implement the Article 2 of Decision 203, which stated that the committee’s tasks are to conduct study about broadcasting work, to have rights to appoint working group, to have rights to invite officials in the ministry and private stakeholders to give suggestion on the work especially on:
  • clarifying, accepting and reviewing the suggestion of the public on media broadcasting including radio and television
  • suggesting and mediating any disagreement between media and the public, and between media and media.
MoI Annual Meeting Report 2016
Prakas on Media Code of Conduct on Reporting Violence Against Women
A joint Prakas was issued by the Ministry Women’s Affairs and the Ministry Information. The Prakas aims to protect women’s reputation and dignity when being reported on the news.
In case of violence against women, the Prakas bans the media from publishing the information that reveals their identity. Moreover, it also forbids the media on the use of offensive word in describing the victim or women.
Completed (the Joint Prakas was signed)
Joint Prakas 271