Prime Minister Hun Sen’s midterm Cabinet Reshuffle

On April 4 2016, the Prime Minister carried out a mid-term cabinet reshuffle to advance his reform agenda. Following the National Assembly’s approval, the new composition of the Royal Government is the following:

  • Deputy Prime Minister Keat Chhon has retired from the Royal Government

  • Senior Minister Im Chhun Lim has left the Royal Government and is announced to become the next president of the Constitutional Council

  • Deputy Prime Minister Hor Namhong remains in the Royal Government but will no longer be Foreign Minister

  • Senior Minister, Minister of Public Work and Transport: Sun Chanthol (replacing Tram Iv Tek)

  • Senior Minister, Minister of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction: Chea Sophara (replacing Im Chhun Lim)

  • Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation: Prak Sokhonn (replacing Hor Namhong)

  • Minister of Posts and Telecommunications: Tram Iv Tek (replacing Prak Sokhonn)

  • Minister of Commerce: Pan Sorasak (former Secretary of State for Commerce, replacing Sun Chanthol)

  • Minister of Rural Development: Ouk Rabun (replacing Chea Sophara)

  • Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries: Veng Sakhon (former Secretary of State for Water Resources and Meteorology, replacing Ouk Rabun)

  • Senior Minister, Minister of Cults and Religion: Him Chhem (replacing Min Khin who becomes Senior Minister in charge of special mission)

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