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Who's what in government

Who's what in government

The Third National Assembly

(where known, party affiliations are noted in brackets)

President, Prince Norodom Ranariddh (F)

First Dep President, Heng Samrin (CPP)

Second Dep President, Nguon Nhel (CPP)

Human Rights Commission, chair Pen Pannha (CPP), dep Ear Lim Suor (F)

Finance & Banking Commission, chair Cheam Yeap (CPP), dep Than Sina (F)

Economy, Planning, Investment Commission, chair Ly Thuch (F), dep Try Chhieng Huot

(CPP)

Home Affairs Commission, chair Monh Saphan (F), dep Pal Sam Oeun (CPP)

Foreign Affairs, chair Princess Norodom Vacheahra (F), dep Un Ning (CPP)

Legislation Commission, chair Ek Sam Ol (CPP), dep Khek Vandy (F)

Education, Religion, Culture & Tourism Commission, chair Mam Chim Huy (CPP),

dep Pou Sothirak (F)

Public Health, Social & Women Affairs Commission, chair Mrs. Ho Naun (CPP), dep

Princess Sosowath Santa (F)

Public Works, Transport Commission, chair Mrs Ky Lum Ang (F), dep Mrs. Nin Saphon

(CPP)

The Government

Prime Minister, Hun Sen (CPP)

Deputy Prime Ministers, Sar Kheng (CPP), Prince Norodom Sirivudh (F), Sok

An (CPP), Leu Lay Sreng (F), Tea Banh (CPP), Hor Nam Hong (CPP), Nhek Bun Chhay (F)

Senior Ministers, Keat Chhon (CPP), You Hockry (F), Im Chhun Lim (CPP), Hong

Sun Huot (F), Mrs. Men Saman (CPP), Khy Taing Lim (F), Chhay Than (CPP), Veng Sereyvuth

(F), Cham Prasidh (CPP), Mok Mareth (CPP), Khun Hang (F), Nhim Vanda (CPP), Kol Pheng

(F), Tav Seng Hour (CPP), Serey Kosal (F)

MINISTRIES

Council of Ministers

Minister, Sok An (CPP)

Secretaries of State: Prak Sokhon (CPP), Chea Sophorn (F), Bun Uy (CPP), Khov Meng

Hean (F), Seng Lim Neuv (CPP), Kan Man (F), Ngor Srun (CPP)

Interior
Co-ministers, Sar Kheng (CPP), Prince Norodom Sirivudh (F)

Secretaries of State, Em Sam An (CPP), Khan Savoeun (F), Prum Sokha (CPP), Kong Hun

Thearith (F), Nuth Sa An (CPP)

National Defense

Co-ministers, Tea Banh (CPP), Nhek Bun Chhay (F)

Secretaries of State, Chay Saing Yun (CPP), Hak Savuth (F), Meung Samphan (CPP),

Seung Kiri (F), Neang Phat (CPP)

Foreign Affairs

Minister, Hor Nam Hong (CPP)

Secretaries of State, Long Visalo (CPP), Huy Kanthoulvora (F), Uch Borith (CPP),

Prince Sosowath Chivannariddh (F), Kao Kim Houn (CPP)

Economy & Finance

Minister, Keat Chhon (CPP)

First Secretary of State, Kong Vibol (F)

Secretaries of State, Uk Rabun (CPP), Chea Peng Chheang (F), Aun Porn Moniroth (CPP),

Ou Bun Long (SRP), Bun Sam

Agiculture, Forestry, Fishery

Minister, Chan Sarun (CPP)

Secretaries of State, Chan Tonh Yves (CPP), Yim Voeunthan (F), Por Try (CPP), Lim

Sokun (F), Teng Lao (CPP)

Rural Development

Minister, Leu Lay Sreng (F)

Secretaries of State, In Chantha , Yim Chhaily (CPP), Dorn Samuon , Suos Kong (CPP),

Ly Pros (CPP)

Commerce

Minister, Cham Prasidh (CPP)

Secretaries of State, Sok Siphana (CPP), Nge Chhay Leang (F), Kem Sithan (CPP), Kuoch

Ky (F), Ok Boung (CPP)

Industry Mines, Energy

Minister, Suy Sem (CPP)

Secretaries of State, Ith Praing (CPP), Phork Sovannrith , Khlaut Vandy , Chea Sang

Hong , Nhek Chreung (CPP)

Planning

Minister, Chhay Than (CPP)

Secretaries of State, Ou Or Hat (CPP), Chheung Chamroeun (F), Hul Lim (CPP) To Gary

(CPP), Ouk Chay (F)

Education Youth & Sport

Minister, Kol Pheng (F)

Secretaries of State, Pok Than (F), Im Sethy (CPP), Mak Van (F), Pith Cham Nan (CPP),

Bun Sok (CPP)

Social Affairs, Veterans

Minister, Ith Sam Heng (CPP)

Secretaries of State, Nim Thoth (CPP), Eung Teaseam (F), Yi Yaun (CPP), Yim Reach

Lign (F), Soy Siphon (CPP)

Land Management, Urbanisation and Construction

Minister, Im Chhun Lim (CPP)

Secretaries of State, Chea Sophara (CPP), Pheung Sophorn , Nuth Narang (CPP), Keo

Khemara , Chhann Saphan (F)

Environment

Minister, Mok Mareth (CPP)

Secretaries of State, Prach Sun (CPP), Tan Vutha , Khiev Muth (CPP), Khong Samnuon

, Yin Kim Sean

Water Resources & Meteorology

Minister, Lim Kean Hor (CPP)

Secretaries of State, Y Kyheang (CPP), Ngo Pin (F), Sam Sarith (CPP), Chea Ratha

, Veng Sakhon

Information

Minister, Khieu Kanharith (CPP)

Secretaries of State, Ouk Prathna (CPP), Tan Sithann (F), Mao Ayuth (CPP), Hor Sopheap

(F), Thach Phen (CPP)

Justice

Minister, Ang Vong Vathana (CPP)

Secretaries of State, Y Dorn (CPP), Neuv Kassie (F), Hy Sophea (CPP), Tuoth Luch

(F), Long Phol (CPP)

Parliamentary relations

Minister, Mrs Men Saman (CPP)

Secretaries of State, Hong Them (CPP), Suy Nou (F), Prak Ham , Mao Sambath , Leng

Penglong

Post & Telecommunications

Minister, So Khun (CPP)

Secretaries of State, Chin Bun Sean (CPP), Ek Vandy (F), Lar Narath (CPP), Khay Khun

Heng (F), Sarak Khan (CPP)

Health

Minister, Nuth Sokhom (F)

Secretaries of State, Ung Phirun (F), Mam Bun Heng (CPP), Ouk Bunna , Heng Tai Kry

(CPP), Eng Huot (CPP)

Public Works & Transport

Minister, Oung Chan Thol, (F)

Secretaries of State, Suong Heng (F), Tram Iv Tek (CPP), Chum Eak (F), Ouk Chan (CPP),

Mom Sibon (CPP)

Culture & Fine Arts

Minister, Prince Sisowath Panara Sirivuth (F)

Secretaries of State, Prince Sisowath Kolachhath (F), Him Chhem (CPP), In Siyunta

, Chhuch Phoeun (CPP), Khim Sarith

Tourism

Minister, Lay Pra Has (F)

Secretaries of State, Princess Norodom Rattanakdevi (F), Thong Khon (CPP), Nuth Nin

Doeun (F), Sam Prumonea (CPP), Ruos Ran (CPP)

Cults & Religions

Minister, Khun Hang (F)

Secretaries of State, Sun Kim Hun (F), Chhorn Iem (CPP), Sith Yprahim (F), Min Khin

(CPP), Zakariya Adam (F)

Women's Affairs

Minister, Mrs Ing Kantha Phavi (F)

Secretaries of State, Mrs Khim Chamroeun (F), Mrs Som Kim Suor (CPP), Mrs Im Sither

(F), Mrs You Ay (CPP), Mrs Chan Sorey (CPP)

Labor & Vocational Training

Minister, Nhep Bun Chin (F)

Secretaries of State, Sok San (F), Vong Soth (CPP), Mrs. Prak Chantha (F), Oth Sman

Hassan (CPP), Pich Sophorn (CPP)

State Secretariat of Public Functions

Secretary of State, Pich Bun Thin (CPP)

State Secretariat of Civil Aviation

Secretary of State, Mao Has Vannal (F)

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