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The 146 new Undersecretaries of State

The 146 new Undersecretaries of State

This is the full list of 146 Undersecretaries of State appointed to new Government

positions, as released by the Ministry of Information. This brings to 332 the number

of new political appointees in goverrnment. The total number of elected representatives

in the National Assembly is 123, and there are 61 Senators by appointment.

Council of Ministers

Masas Loas, Nove Sovatharo, Svay Sitha, Chhim Nala, Pan Sosak, Reach Khun Rithy,

Hem Kraghn Tony.

Ministries

Interior

Nou Pheoung, Po Lida, Teng Savong, Srun Vong Vannak, Sieng Lapresse.

Defence

Phan Ghuorn, Long Rithiya, Kieng Savuth, Meas Ratha, Lay Ye Piseth, Pich Sodetha,

Chhum Sambath.

Foreign Affairs & International Co-operation

Nhim Chandara, Oum Somanine, Chhong Ting, Long Simong, Khieu Thavika

Economy & Finance

Ghy Tayi, Srun Dara, Ghnan Leng, Ly Emlac, Soung Mengkea.

Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries

Meas Kim Sovaro, Nou Muth, Ouk Sokhon, Ak Roth, Ith Nody.

Rural Development

Lim Kong, Ghy Chan Phal, Kim Sour, Try Meng, Sim Sokpry.

Commerce

Keo Soknay, Tan Sinto, Mao Thora, Un Sokhun, Vah Chheang

Industry, Mines & Energy

Bich Sophath, Vong Darin, Ing Pon-ara, Huot Pon An, Sath Samey.

Planning

Men Han, Nhiek Samoeun, In Sa-roeung, Neang Chhayana, Tang Eng,

Education, Youth & Sports

Chea Se, Nuth Bunvoeun, Bouy Pona, Chhey Chap, Ly Sokmony, Hak Sengly.

Social, Youth Rehabilitation

Saless Sen, Pol Meng Hour, Sam Chanrem, Phenge Heng, Muth Khieu.

Land Management, Urban Planning & Construction

Roth Sarin, Kert Sareth, Mom Sophana, Sok Sony, Prum Sithra.

Environment

Thek Kroeun Vutha, Sin Khandy, Im Ra, Meas Morin, Tea Chup.

Water Resources & Meteorology

Phang Sareth, Koy Sokharith, Sao Sereymony, Ma Sophana, Moung Saokhan.

Information

Ee Lon, Chea Chanboribo, Chan Savuth, Pen Vano, Sou Sum.

Justice

In Neang, Pok Many, Ith Rady, Sophan Kanisathy, Chan Sotheavy.

National Assembly-Senate Relations & Inspection

Kang Nem, Pour Darany, Chang Saroeun, Khun Leksmey, Duch Sovanry.

Post & Telecommunications

Ros Samay, Ty John, Long Van-horn, Chrive Vidya, Touch Heng.

Health

Chea Chhay, Sao Sokhon, Hem Chhin, Vour Kim Por, Sok Pheng

Public Works & Transport

Sim Sourleng, Kep Thon, Un Rithy, Touch Chankosal, Lim Sidenine.

Culture & Fine Arts

Kim Sophat, Ok Socheat, Sai Sophanith, Ching Chong, Sam Sokun, Samrang Kamsan.

Tourism

Ouk Siphann, So Mara, Kong Boran, Sim Soung, Hao Bun Se.

Cults & Religious Affair

Hing Kimthong, Dok Narin, Yin Lourt, Hun Heng, Plok Phan.

Women's Affairs

Ghnem Morakath, San Arun, Sisowath Kema Vathey, Sy Dephin, Kop Mariyass.

Labour & Vocational Training

Sou Samuth, Huy Hang Song, Sao Sreypov, Oum Mean, Va Sim Samrit.

State Secretariat of Public Works

Men Kourn, Tan Bien, Eam Sarum, Neak Kimly, Ros Sophann.

State Secretariat of Civil Aviation

Kim Sophonn, Keo Sophal, Eng Soursdey, Tea Sotha, Soy Samkhan.

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