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New government appointments

New government appointments

Since the appointments published in the April 18, 2008 issue of the Phnom Penh Post, the following additional appointments have been made public:

  • H.E. Duch Sovannary as Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Secretary of State. March 8.
  • H.E. Chhiv Yiseang as Assistant to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. March 14.
  • Madame Mao Malaiy Keo Kim Yan appointed as Okhna. March 14.
  • H.E. Yuom Sokhun as Advisor to the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. March 20.
  • H.E. Sam Sarin as Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Secretary of State. March 31.
  • H.E. Ken Satha as Personal Advisor to Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Secretary of State. March 31.
  • H.E. Vong Piseth as Advisor to President of the Senate Chea Sim with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 3.
  • H.E Daim Vuthy, Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen promoted to rank equal to Minister. April 4.
  • H.E. Nhek Huon as Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 4.
  • H.E. Uk Seyha as Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 4.
  • H.E. Saing Vannak as member of the Council of Jurists of the Office of the council of Ministers with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 4.
  • H.E. Hou Tonghor as Advisor to the Royal Government with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 4.
  • H.E. Nuth Roeun as Advisor to the Ministry of National Defense with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 4.
  • H.E. Prach Chan as Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Minister. April 7.
  • H.E. Duong Eng as Advisor to Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 7.
  • H.E. Srey Sina as Advisor to the Ministry of Environment, with equal rank to General Director. April 9.
  • H.E. Hiv Sovann as Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 11.
  • H.E. Phal Tha as Advisor to the Royal Government with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 11.
  • H.E. Mak Ra as Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Secretary of State. April 11.
  • H.E. Kim Sary as Advisor to Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 11.
  • H.E. Tep Yoeun as Advisor to Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 11.
  • H.E. Chin Sarin as Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Secretary of State. April 11.
  • H.E. Long Sovann as Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Secretary of State. April 17.
  • Mr Kim Yoeun appointed as Okhna. April 17.
  • H.E. Ros Lun as Personal Advisor to President of the National Assembly Heng Samrin with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 17.
  • H.E. Mong Kimheng as Personal Advisor to President of the National Assembly Heng Samrin with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 17.
  • H.E. Pov Savath as Advisor to the Royal Government with equal rank to Minister. April 17.
  • H.E. Roth Sokkan as Personal Advisor to President of the National Assembly Heng Samrin with equal rank to Secretary of State. April 17.
  • H.E. Kim Heng as Personal Advisor to President of the National Assembly Heng Samrin with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 17.
  • H.E. Nou Kim Y as Personal Advisor to Deputy Prime Minister Sok An with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 17.
  • Madame You Lim appointed as Okhna. April 17.
  • Madame Chhing Neng appointed as Okhna. April 17.
  • H.E. Leng Sreng as Advisor to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 21.
  • Madame Vong Socheat as Advisor to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 21.
  • H.E. Pa Sokhom as Advisor the Royal Government with equal rank to Secretary of State. April 21.
  • H.E. Touch Rithty as Member of the Economic, Social and Cultural Observation Unit of the Office of the Council of Ministers, with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. April 21.
  • Mr Kim Yoeun appointed as Okhna. April 21.

    Mr Sao Munirothanak appointed as Okhna. April 24.

  • Mr Lim Huo Nito appointed as Okhna. April 24.
  • Mr Chan Saman promoted to the rank of Brigadier General, RCAF. May 3.
  • Lt. General Chao Phally appointed as Undersecretary of State, Ministry of National Defense. May 3.
  • H.E. Kong Ul as Member of the Economic, Social and cultural Unit, Council of Ministers, with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. May 3.
  • H.E. Him Bunara as Member of the Economic, Social and Cultural Unit, Council of Ministers, with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. May 3.
  • H.E. Thun Thy as Member of the Economic, Social and Cultural Unit, Council of Ministers, with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. May 3.
  • H.E. Chim Ratha as General Inspector of the General Inspectorate, Ministry of environment. May 6.
  • H.E. Lao Sokun Long as Advisor to H.E. Keo Puth Reaksmey, Deputy Prime Minister, with equal rank to Secretary of State. May 6.
  • H.E. Por Sunly, Advisor to Sar Kheng, promoted to rank equal to Secretary of State. May 7.
  • H.E. Ton Vanthara as Advisor to the Royal Government of Cambodia, with equal rank to Minister. May 7.
  • Lt. Colonel Uk Vanthy promoted to Colonel, National Police, Ministry of Interior. May 7.
  • Lt. Colonel Be Tealeng promoted to Colonel, National Police, Ministry of Interior. May 7.
  • H.E. Heng You as Member of the Economic, Social and Cultural Observation Unit of the Office of the council of Ministers, with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. May 7.
  • H.E. Kim Ou Chansamith as Advisor to the Royal Government with equal rank to Secretary of State. May 7.
  • H.E. Heng Seksa as Deputy Secretary General of the Royal Government with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. May 7.
  • H.E. Neam Eang as Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Secretary of State. May 7.
  • H.E. Chhay Vith as Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to secretary of state. May 7.
  • Mr Noeu Ra as Member of the Secretary Team of Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to department Chief. May 8.
  • Mr. Kong Chamroeun as Member of the Secretary Team of Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Department Chief. May 8.
  • H.E. Chhun Bunly as Advisor to the Ministry of Environment with equal rank to General Director. May 9.
  • H.E. Van Vuth as Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Secretary of State. May 9.
  • H.E Uk Nara as Member of the Secretary Team of Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to General Director. May 9.
  • Mr Thai Cheahuot appointed as Okhna. May 9.
  • Mr Ith Sam Ath as Member of the Secretary Team of Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Deputy General Director. May 9.
  • H.E. Chea Soeun as Deputy Director of the Cabinet of Senate President Chea Sim with equal rank to Secretary of State. May 10.
  • H.E. Ke Ky as General Inspector, General Inspectorate, Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy. May 10.
  • H.E. Meng Saktheara as General Director, Industrial General Department, Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy. May 10.
  • H.E. Sin Pinsen promoted to the rank of Four Star General, National Police, Ministry of Interior. May 11.
  • H.E. Touch Visalsok as President of the University of Battambang, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, with equal rank to General Secretary. May 11.
  • Mr. Pen Sambo as Deputy Governor of Kampong Speu province. May 12.
  • Mr. Bun Tharith as Deputy Governor of Siem Reap province. May 12.
  • Mr. Khong Sun Eng as Deputy Governor of Kampong Cham province. May 12.
  • Ms. Nou Sovanny as Deputy Governor of Takeo province. May 12.
  • H.E. Chim Sok Khon as Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to Secretary of State. May 13.
  • H.E. Yim Chhaily as Personal Advisor to Prime Minister Hun Sen with equal rank to senior Minister. May 13.
  • H.E. Prak Vannou as Advisor to the Royal Government with equal rank to Undersecretary of State. May 13.
  • H.E Chea Chanto and Madame Neav Chantana re-appointed as Governor and Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Cambodia, with equal rank to Senior Minister and Secretary of State respectively. May 13.
  • Mr Cheav Tay appointed as Okhna. May 13.
  • Mr Keo Thy appointed as Deputy Governor of Pursat province. May 20.

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