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121 new members boost CPP Central Committee

121 new members boost CPP Central Committee

New Members of the Central Committee of the CPP:

Kang Heang, Chief of the Provincial Party Committee of Kampong Speu;
Kem Gunavadh, General Director of TVK;
Kim Sithan, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee for the Ministry of Commerce;
Ken Satha, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Kep;
Keo Samoun, Military Commander of Division No 3;
Keo Horn, Chief of the Provincial Party Committee of Mondulkiri;
Khiev Sopheak, Secretary General of Secretriat for the Ministry of Interior;
Kham Khoeun, Chief of the Provincial Party Committee of Rattanakiri;
Kham Phoeun, chief of the Provincial Party Committee of Kratie ;
Kun Kim, Deputy Commander in Chief of RCAF;
Kuy Sophal, Chief of the Party Committee of the Royal Palace;
Khim Pon, Deputy Chief of Supreme Court;
Khim Samon, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Kampot;
Khim Sarith, Chief of the Party Committee for the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts;
Ngin Khurn, Chief of National Treasury;
Chan Tany, Chief of the Party Committee for the National Audit Authority;
Chan Tong Iv, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee for the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fishery;
Chan Saron, Chief of the Party Committee for the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fishery;
Chan Ven, Chief of the Party Committee of Secretariat for the National Assembly;
Chan Ean, Chief of Central Department of Border Police;
Chap Pheakdei, Commander of Special Parachute Battalion No 911;
Cheav Kimheng, Third Deputy Governor of Sihanoukville;
Chey Saphon, Chief of the Party Historical Research Committee;
Chea Cheth, Permanent Member of the Senate;
Chea Dara, Deputy Chief of Logistic of RCAF;
Cheam Him, Second Deputy Governor of Koh Kong;
Chhit Sokhon, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Kampong Cham;
Nharang Chan, Third Deputy Governor of Mondulkiri;
Nheuk Huon, Deputy Chief of Senior Staff of RCAF;
Dul Koeun, Deputy Chief of National Police;
Ton Yan, General Director of National Radio;
Tak Sun Y, Deputy Director of Educational Propaganda, Central Committee;
Tao Senghour, Deputy Chairman of Rural and Agricultural Development Council;
Tha Yao, Deputy Chief of National Bank;
Mrs Ti Borasy, Permanent Member of the Senate;
Tuoch Marim, Chief of the Party Committee of Kampong Chhnang;
Tri Chheanghuot, Deputy Chairman of Third Committee, National Assembly;
Thun Kry, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Kratie;
Thou Sun, Chief of Cabinet of Commander in Chief, RCAF;
Nei Thol, Chief of Military Court;
Nuth Sa An, Secretary of State for the Ministry of Interior;
Nou Phalla, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Siem Reap;
Neat Savoeun, Deputy Chief of National Police;
Pao Hamphan, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Kampong Chhnang;
Pech Sokhen, Chief of the Party Committee of Oddar Meanchey;
Pok Saluy, Third Deputy Governor of Banteay Meanchey;
Pol Lim, First Deputy General Secretary of Secretariat, Interior;
Pen Simon, Director, Royal Customs and Excise Department;
Pen Ean, Second Deputy Governor of Prey Veng;
Prak Sokhon, Secretary of State, Council of Ministers;
Prach Chan, Chief of the Party Committee of Battambang;
Bin Chhin, Chairman of Constitutional Council;
Bun Sam, Secretary of State of Economic and Finance;
Bou Yoeung, Deputy Chief of Organization Central Committee;
Pin Chamnan, Secretary of State of Education, Youth and Sports;
Pech Bunthin, Chief of the Party Committee of Secretariat of Public Services;
Prum Santhon, Chief of Military Prosecution;
Mok Saron, Deputy Chief of Senior Staff, RCAF;
Mob Sarin, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee, Phnom Penh;
Mam Bunheng, Chief of the Party Committee of Health;
Mam Sarin, Cabinet Director of the Senate's President;
Ma Chhoeun, Deputy Director of Royal School of National Police;
Meas Savorn, General Director, Department of Military Services;
Meas Sam Ol, Director of Personnel Department, Ministry of Defense;
Mam Chimhuy, Permanent Member of National Assembly;
Muong Poy, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Rattanakiri;
Mao Chandara, Deputy Chief of National Police;
Mao Sophann, Military Commander of Battalion No 70;
Yim Nolla, Chief of Monitoring of Economic, Society and Culture;
Yim Thin, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Oddar Meanchey;
Yim Sanh, Military Commander of Cannon Headquarters;
Mrs You Ay, Chief of the Party Committee of Women's Affairs;
Yoeung Sokhon, Military Commander of Battalion No. 12;
Ly Phalla, Chief of the Party Committee of Rubber Plantation Department;
Mrs Ly Vouchleng, Chief of Appeal Court;
Lim Keanhor, Chief of the Party Committee of Water Resources;
Leng Vy, Deputy General Director of Administrative Department, Interior;
Var Kimhong, Chairman of National Authority on Border Issues;
Van Vuth, Third Deputy Governor of Steung Treng;
Sak Setha, General Director of Administrative Department, Interior;
Sattia Vuoth, Third Deputy Governor of Kampong Speu;
Sam Promanea, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Tourism;
Sarak Khan, Secretary of State of Post and Telecommunication ;
Soeng Samnang, Military Commander of Air Forces;
Sim Sophal, Deputy Chief of National Police;
Sok Chanda, General Secretary, Cambodian Development Council;
Sok Phal, Deputy Chief of National Police;
Sok Eisan, General Director of Apsara TV and Radio;
Son Kunthor, General Director of Rural Development Bank;
Sous Kong, Secretary of State of Rural Development;
Soam Sophat, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Kampong Thom;
Som Soeun, Deputy Chief of Cabinet of Central Committee;
Sao Sokha, Commander of Military Police;
Som Vanthan, General Secretary, National Defense;
Sam Sarin, Chief of the Party Committee of Kep;
Sborng Sarath, Chief of the Party Committee of Sihanoukville;
Srey Ben, Second Deputy Governor of Takeo;
Him Chhem, Secretary of State of Culture and Fine Arts;
Ho Sothy, Deputy Director of Cabinet of Prime Minister;
Huot Chheang, Military Commander, Region 1;
Heng Taikry, Secretary of State of Health;
Heng Hak, Deputy General Secretary of Interior;
Long Phal, Chief of the Party Committee of Steung Treng;
Long Sovan, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Preah Vihea;
Angvong Wattana, Chief of the Party Committee of Justice;
Ea Chhean, Chief of the Party Committee of Pailin;
Y Dan, Deputy Chiefof the Party Committee of Justice;
Ym Sethy, Chief of the Party Committee of Education, Youth and Sports;
Ouk Chan, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Public Work and Transport;
Ouk Vong, Second Deputy Governor of Battambang;
Ung Oeun, Chief of the Party Committee of Siem Reap;
Ouch Borith, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Foreign Affair;
Uot Chhurn, General Secretary, Auditing (resigned in accordance with the law);
Ou Som Aun, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Kandal;
Ou Orhart, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Planning;
Aun Ponmonirouth, Chairman of National Economic Council;
Osman Hasan, Secretary of State, Labor and Vocational Training;
Ork Mony, Deputy Chief of the Party Committee of Pursat;
Om Yentieng, Chairman of Government Human Rights;
Um Both, Deputy Commander in Chief of Infantry;
Um Sarith, Chief of the Party Committee of Secretariat of the Senate.

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