| The constitution and laws of Cambodia
| Article 51-
- The Kingdom of Cambodia adopts a policy of Liberal
- The Cambodian people are the masters of their country.
- All powers belong to the people. the people exercise
through the National Assembly, the Royal Government and the Judiciary.
- The Legislative, Executive, and the Judicial powers
shall be separated
| Article 52-
- The Royal Government of Cambodia shall protect the
sovereignty, territorial integrity of the Kingdom of Cambodia, adopt
policy of national reconciliation to insure national unity, and
good national traditions of the country. The Royal Government of
shall preserve and protect the law and ensure public order and
State shall give priority to endeavors which improve welfare and
of living of citizens.
| Article 53-
- The Kingdom of Cambodia adopts a policy of permanent
and non- alignment. The Kingdom of Cambodia follows a policy of
existence with its neighbors and with all other countries throughout
- The Kingdom of Cambodia shall not invade any country,
nor interfere in
any other country's internal affairs, directly or indirectly, and shall
solve any problem peacefully with due respect for mutual interests.
- The Kingdom of Cambodia shall not join in any military
military pact which is incompatible with its policy of neutrality.
- The Kingdom of Cambodia shall not permit any foreign
military base on
its territory and shall not have its own military base abroad, except
framework of a United Nations request.
- The Kingdom of Cambodia reserves the right to receive
assistance in military equipment, armaments, ammunition, in training of
armed forces, and other assistance for self-defense and to maintain
order and security within its territory.
| Article 54-
- The manufacturing, use, storage of nuclear, chemical or
weapons shall be absolutely prohibited.
| Article 55-
- Any treaty and agreement incompatible with the
sovereignty, territorial integrity, neutrality and national unity of
Kingdom of Cambodia shall be annulled.
Constitution of Cambodia
|Chapter I: Sovereignty
|Chapter II: The King
|Chapter III: The Rights and Obligations Of Khmer Citizens
|Chapter IV: On Policy
|Chapter V: Economy
|Chapter VI: Education, Culture, Social Affairs
|Chapter VII: The Assembly
|Chapter VIII: The Royal Government
|Chapter X: The Constitutional Council
|Chapter XI: The Administration
|Chapter XII: The National Congress
|Chapter XIII: Effects, revision and amendments of the constitution
|Chapter XIV: Transitional Provision