Cabinet of Cambodia

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The Cabinet of Cambodia, formally known as the Council of Ministers (Khmer: គណៈរដ្ឋមន្ត្រី), 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.


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

Current cabinet

Council of Ministers headquarters, Phnom Penh, the official meeting place and office of the Cabinet.

The members of the fifth and current Council of Ministers were sworn in on 24 September 2013. The one-party National Assembly voted Hun Sen as Prime Minister for another five-year term.

Colour keys

     Cambodian People's Party

Minister Name Party
Prime Minister Hun Sen CPP
Deputy Prime Minister – Chairman of the Council of Ministers Sok An CPP
Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Interior Sar Kheng CPP
Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of National Defense Tea Banh CPP
Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of National AssemblySenate Relations and Inspection Men Sam An CPP
Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of the Royal Palace Kong Sam Ol CPP
Deputy Prime Minister Hor Namhong CPP
Deputy Prime Minister Ke Kim Yan CPP
Deputy Prime Minister Yim Chhaily CPP
Deputy Prime Minister Bin Chhin CPP
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Veng Sakhon CPP
Minister of Commerce Pan Posak CPP
Minister of Culture and Fine Arts Phoeung Sakona CPP
Minister of Education, Youth and Sport Hang Chuon Naron CPP
Minister of Economy and Finance Aun Porn Moniroth CPP
Minister of Environment Sam Say Al CPP
Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Prak Sokhon CPP
Minister of Health Mam Bun Heng CPP
Minister of Industry and Handicrafts Cham Prasidh CPP
Minister of Information Khieu Kanharith CPP
Minister of Justice Ang Vong Vathana CPP
Minister of Labour and Vocational Training Ith Sam Heng CPP
Minister of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction Chea Sophara CPP
Minister of Mines and Energy Suy Sem CPP
Minister of Planning Chhay Than CPP
Minister of Posts and Telecommunications Tram Iv Tek CPP
Minister of Public Works and Transport Sun Chanthol CPP
Minister of Cults and Religion Him Chhem CPP
Minister of Rural Development Ouk Rabun CPP
Minister of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation Vong Soth CPP
Minister of Tourism Thong Khon CPP
Minister of Water Resources and Meteorology Lim Kean Hor CPP
Minister of Women's Affairs Ing Kantha Pavy CPP
Minister of Public Affairs Pich Bun Thin CPP


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