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Governors and Deputies

Svay Rieng

Prey Veng

Governor
Hok Lundy (CPP)
Governor
Tep Nunry (FUN)
Deputies
Srey Mundul (FUN)
Deputies
Yuth Phou Thang (CPP)
 
Toch Sak (CPP)
 
Chey Sayoeun (FUN)
 
Phok Sam En (FUN)
 
Min Sean (CPP)

Kompong Cham

Kandal

Governor
Hun Neng (CPP)
Governor
Chak Sarik (FUN)
Deputies
Kang Sean (FUN)
Deputies
Kun Kim (CPP)
 
Lay Sokha (CPP)
 
Prak Savuth (FUN)
 
So Nat (FUN)
 
Chhum Sirun (CPP)

Kompong Speu

Takeo

Governor
Neav Sithong (FUN)
Governor
Sou Phirin (CPP)
Deputies
Uch Proeung (CPP)
Deputies
Chhim Theam (FUN)
 
Ong Sim (FUN)
 
Ing Pheou (CPP)
 
Yim Sokhom (CPP)
 
Chea Vanlorn (FUN)

Kampot

Sihanoukville

Governor
Kun Kim Teng (FUN)
Governor
Thoam Bun Srun (FUN)
Deputies
Tit Ream (CPP)
Deputies
Khim Bo (CPP)
 
Suon Sarit (FUN)
 
Hing Sarin (FUN)
 
Touch Marim (CPP)
 
Sun Heng (CPP)

Koh Kong

Kompong Chhnang

Governor
Roong Phlam Kesan (CPP)
Governor
Phork Samoeun (CPP)
Deputies
Pal San (FUN)
Deputies
Lao Sour (FUN)
 
Ing Vann (CPP)
 
Sao Saroeun (CPP)
 
Van Kiri Rath (FUN)
 
Leng Loeung (BLDP)

Pursat

Battambang

Governor
Ros Sreng (CPP)
Governor
Oung Samy (CPP)
Deputies
Ky Sara (FUN)
Deputies
Serey Kosal (FUN)
 
Pech Sokhin (CPP)
 
Nam Tum (CPP)
 
Kar Lean (FUN)
 
Ban Sophal (FUN)

Banteay Meanchey

Siem Reap

Governor
Doung Khem (FUN)
Governor
Toan Chhay (FUN)
Deputies
Chhay Saret (CPP)
Deputies
Neou Sam (CPP)
 
Thach Khorn (FUN)
 
Hem Bun Heng (FUN)
 
Oung Mon (CPP)
 
Kang Heang (CPP)

Preah Vihear

Kompong Thom

Governor
Mean Sarin (FUN)
Governor
Cheang Am (CPP)
Deputies
Khoy Khun Hour (CPP)
Deputies
Chin Sothea (FUN)
 
Heng Chamreun (FUN)
 
Keo Han (CPP)
 
Long Sovann (CPP)
 
Aing Buntha (FUN)

Kratie

Stoeng Treng

Governor
Nou Phoeung (CPP)
Governor
Ly Sou (FUN)
Deputies
Ven Sokhoy (FUN)
Deputies
Ngoun Pen (CPP)
 
Pao Hamphan (CPP)
 
Srey Pheng Kim (FUN)
 
Prak Sihara (BLDP)
 
Koy Sarim (CPP)

Ratanakiri

Mondulkiri

Governor
Kham Len (CPP)
Governor
Ho Sok (FUN)
Deputies
Sim Son (FUN)
Deputies
Ich Saro (CPP)
 
Binhom Oun Mary (CPP)
 
Chhom Bun Khan (FUN)
 
Sar Phim (FUN)
 
Gna Reang Chan (CPP)

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