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NEW GOVERNMENT APPOINTMENTS

Since the last issue of the Post on April 4, information on the following appointments as advisors to assist the Prime Minister, the Royal Government or the National Assembly have become public.

  • H.E. Pen Sophal as Personal Advisor to the President of the National Assembly with equal rank to Secretary of State. February 18.
  • H.E. Leng Se as Member of the Council of Jurists with equal rank to Under-Secretary of State. February 18.
  • H.E. Khun Sophal as Member of the Council of Jurists with equal rank to Under-Secretary of State. February 18.
  • H.E. Chhit Sarith as Member of the Council of Jurists with equal rank to Under-Secretary of State. February 18.
  • H.E. Koy Kuon as Member of the Council of Jurists with equal rank to Under-Secretary of State. February 18.
  • H.E. Ou Kunthea as Advisor to the Royal Government with equal rank to Secretary of State. February 20.
  • H.E. Uk Moeun as Advisor to the Royal Government with equal rank to Secretary of State. February 20.
  • H.E. Kem Kunwath as Personal Advisor to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Secretary of State. February 20.
  • H.E. Ming Samphan as Personal Advisor to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Minister. February 20.
  • H.E. Sboang Sarath as Personal Advisor to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Secretary of State. February 20.
  • H.E. Yin Socheat as Member of the Economic, Social and Cultural Observation Unit of the Office of the Council of Ministers with equal rank to Under-Secretary of State. February 18.
  • H.E. Has Sareth as Personal Advisor to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Minister. March 1.
  • H.E. Chhorn Praling as Member of the Council of Jurists with equal rank to Under-Secretary of State. March 7.
  • H.E. Yim Yan as Advisor to the Ministry of Health with equal rank to Under-Secretary of State. March 7.
  • H.E. Phat Sareth as Under-Secretary of State at the Ministry of Information. March 8.
  • H.E. Chheang Yanara as Personal Advisor to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Senior Minister. March 8.
  • H.E. Real Maravy as Assistant to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Under-Secretary of State. March 14.
  • H.E. Chea Sophara as Personal Advisor to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Senior Minister. March 14.
  • H.E. Heng Traykri as Personal Advisor to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Minister. March 14.
  • H.E. Kvan Seam as Personal Advisor to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Minister. March 14.
  • H.E. Bun Sambo as Personal Advisor to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Minister. March 14.
  • H.E. Hor Sopheap as Advisor to the Royal Government with equal rank to Secretary of State. March 18.
  • H.E. Thach Keth as Advisor to the Royal Government with equal rank to Secretary of State. March 19.
  • H.E. Um Both as Personal Advisor to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Secretary of State. March 19.
  • H.E. Uk Maly as Personal Advisor to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Secretary of State. March 19.
  • H.E. Ma Chhoeun as Personal Advisor to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Minister. March 19.
  • H.E. Prak Chanthy as Advisor to the Royal Government with equal rank to Secretary of State. March 22.
  • H.E. Kong Chan as Advisor to the Royal Government with equal rank to Secretary of State. March 22.
  • H.E. Hay Naiheng as Advisor to the Royal Government with equal rank to Secretary of State. March 22.
  • H.E. Khaimpoun Keomony as Personal Advisor to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Secretary of State. March 22.
  • H.E. Chum Kosal as Personal Advisor to the Prime Minister with equal rank to Secretary of State. March 22.
  • H.E. Sam Raimsaik as Advisor to the Royal Government with equal rank to Secretary of State. March 22.
  • H.E. Chiv Keng as Advisor to the Chairman of the Council of Jurists of the Office of the Council of Ministers with equal rank to Secretary of State. April 3.
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