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New Ministers and Secretaries of State

New Ministers and Secretaries of State

Ministry of National Defence
Ministers: Tea Banh (CPP), Prince Sisowath Sirirath (Fun)

Secretaries of State : Chay Saing Yun (CPP), Por Bun Sreu (Fun)

Ministry of Interior
Minister : Sar Kheng (CPP), You Hockry (Fun)

Secretaries of State: Em Sam Ann (CPP), Kieng Vang (Fun), Prom Sokha (CPP), Than

Sina (Fun)

Council of Ministers
Minister: Sok An (CPP)

Secretaries of State: Som Manith (CPP), Chea Sophoan (Fun)

Ministry of Environment
Minister: Mok Mareth (CPP)

Secretaries of State: Chhan Saphan (CPP), To Gary (Fun)

Ministry of Women's and Veteran's Affairs
Minister: Mu Sochua (Fun)

Secretaries of State: Ung Kunthea (CPP), Yan Oy (Fun)

Ministry of Public Works and Transportation
Minister: Khy Taing Lim (Fun)

Secretaries of State: Ahmad Yahya (Fun), Tram Iv Tek (CPP)

Ministry of Planning
Minister: Chhay Than (CPP)

Secretaries of State: Ou Orhat (CPP), Lay Prohos (Fun)

Minister of Industry, Mines and Energy
Minister: Suy Sem (CPP)

Secretaries of State: Ith Pran (CPP), Nhep Bun Chin (Fun)

Ministry of Finance and Economy
Minister: Keat Chhon (CPP)

Secretaries of State: Ouk Rabun (CPP), Kong Vibol (Fun)

Ministry of Information
Minister: Lou Lay Sreng (Fun)

Secretaries of State: Om Daravuth (Fun), Khieu Kanharith (CPP)

Minsitry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
Minister: Hor Nam Hong (CPP)

Secretaries of State: Uch Kim An (CPP), Chheng Cham Roeung (Fun)

Ministry of Health
Minister: Hong Soun Huot (Fun)

Secretaries of State: Ung Phirun (Fun), Mam Bun Heng (CPP)

Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport
Minister: Tol Lah (Fun)

Secretaries of State: Pok Than (Fun), Im Sithy (CPP)

Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
Minister: Chhea Son (CPP)

Secretaries of State: Chan Tong Iv (CPP), May Sam Oeun (Fun)

Ministry of Social Affairs, Labour and Vocational Training
Minister: Ith Sam Heng (CPP)

Secretaries of State: Nhim Thot (CPP), Prak Chantha (Fun)

Ministry of Justice
Minister: Ouk Vithun (Fun)

Secretaries of State: Ly Vouch Leng (CPP), Suy Nou (Fun)

Ministry of Urbanism and Construction
Minister: Im Chhun Lim (CPP)

Secretaries of State: Ty Yav (CPP), Nou Sainkhan (Fun)

Ministry of Tourism
Minister: Veng Sereyvuth (Fun)

Secretaries of State: Thong Khon (CPP), Nuth Nin Doeung (Fun)

Ministry of Cults and Religious Affairs
Minister: Chea Savoeun (Fun)

Secretaries of State: Srei Vann Phang (CPP), Chhorn Iem (CPP)

Ministry of Hydrology
Minister: Lim Kean Hour (CPP)

Secretaries of State: Y Ky Heng (CPP), Ngor Pin (Fun)

Ministry of Commerce
Minister: Cham Prasith (CPP)

Secretaries of State: Pen Siman (CPP), Khek Ravy (Fun)

Ministry of Post and Telecommunication
Minister: So Khun (CPP)

Secretaries of State: Phan Phin (CPP), Lam Phou An (Fun)

Ministry of Rural Development
Minister: Chhem Siek Leng (Fun)

Secretaries of State: Yim Chhay Ly (CPP), Ly Thuch (Fun)

Ministry of Assembly Relations and Inspection
Minister: Khun Haing (Fun)

Secretaries of State: Khov Meng Hieng (Fun), Hong Them (CPP)

Ministry of Culture and Fine Art
Minister: Princess Bopha Devi (Fun)

Secretaries of State: Sisowath Panara Sireivuth (Fun), Pen Yet (CPP)

Secretariat of State for Public Functions
State Secretary: Pech Bun Chin (CPP)

Secretary of State for Civil Aviation
State Secretary: Pok Sam El (Fun)

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