1994 年 9 巻 p. 66-78,140
The election of a Constituent Assembly for Cambodia, which was organised and conducted by the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC), has been enforced on 23rd to 28th of May, 1993. Many Cambodian people votes for the peace.
Japanese Government has sent 41 members of the International Polling Station Officers (IPSO) during such election. This paper shows the election system in the Peace Keeping Operation by the United Nations due to United Nations Electoral Law For Cambodia, Polling Offical' Manual and other materials issued by UNTAC.
The election was held throughout Cambodia, excluding Democratic Kampuchea dominant areas, on a provincial basis in accordance with a system of proportional representation on the basis of candidates put forward by political parties.
Twenty parties were organised and registered to stand for election. But Democratic Kampuchea Party (DKP), which accepted AGREEMENTS ON A COMPREHENSIVE POLITICAL SETTLEMENT OF THE CAMBODIA CONFLICT, rejected to participate the election for reason of uncomplete withdrawal of Vietnamese army.
About ninty percent registered voters voted for their parties. FUNCINPEC party won and got fifty-eight seats contrary to on the winning expectation of Cambodian People's party.