Cabinet of Cambodia

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The Cabinet of Cambodia, officially known as the Council of Ministers (Khmer: គណៈរដ្ឋមន្ត្រី, French: Conseil des ministres), is the executive body of the Kingdom of Cambodia led by the Prime Minister, assisted by Deputy Prime Ministers, Senior Ministers, Ministers, and Secretaries of State. Members of the Cabinet are nominated by the Prime Minister and appointed by the Monarch.

Role

Chapter VIII of the Constitution states the role of the Royal Government of Cambodia.[1]

Current cabinet

The Office of the Council of Ministers in Phnom Penh hosts Cabinet meetings.

The members of the sixth and current Council of Ministers were sworn in on 6 September 2018. The National Assembly voted Hun Sen as Prime Minister for another five-year term.

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister Hun Sen6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Permanent Deputy Prime Minister
Minister in Charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers
 Bin Chhin6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Economy and Finance
 Aun Pornmoniroth6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
 Prak Sokhonn6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Interior
 Sar Kheng6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction
 Chea Sophara6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of National Assembly–Senate Relations and Inspection
 Men Sam An6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of National Defence
 Tea Banh6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Deputy Prime Minister Hor Namhong6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Deputy Prime Minister Yim Chhaily6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Deputy Prime Minister Ke Kim Yan6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Veng Sakhon6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Civil Service Pich Bunthin6 September 201830 March 2020CPP
 Prum Sokha30 March 2020IncumbentCPP
Minister of Commerce Pan Sorasak6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Cults and Religion Him Chhem6 September 201830 March 2020CPP
 Chhit Sokhon30 March 2020IncumbentCPP
Minister of Culture and Fine Arts Phoeurng Sackona6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Education, Youth and Sport Hang Chuon Naron6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Environment Say Sam Al6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Health Mam Bunheng6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Information Khieu Kanharith6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Justice Ang Vong Vathana6 September 201830 March 2020CPP
 Keut Rith30 March 2020IncumbentCPP
Minister of Labour and Vocational Training Ith Sam Heng6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Mines and Energy Suy Sem6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Planning Chhay Than6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Posts and Telecommunications Tram Iv Tek6 September 201830 March 2020CPP
 Chea Vandeth30 March 2020IncumbentCPP
Minister of Public Works and Transport Sun Chanthol6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Rural Development Ouk Rabun6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Industry and Handicrafts Cham Prasidh6 September 201830 March 2020CPP
Minister of Industry, Science, Technology and Innovation Cham Prasidh30 March 2020IncumbentCPP
Minister of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation Vong Soth6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Tourism Thong Khon6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Water Resources and Meteorology Lim Kean Hor6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Minister of Women's Affairs Ing Kuntha Phavi6 September 2018IncumbentCPP
Secretary of State for Civil Aviation Mao Havannall6 September 2018IncumbentCPP


References

  1. ^ "Constitution of Cambodia". Retrieved 22 June 2014.