Spouse of the Prime Minister of Cambodia

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Spouse of the
Prime Minister of Cambodia
Bun Rany.jpg
Incumbent
Bun Rany

since 30 November 1998
Style Her Excellency
Residence The Peace Palace
Seat Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Term length While spouse of the incumbent Prime Minister
Formation 18 March 1945

The Spouse of the Prime Minister of Cambodia refers to the wife of the head of government of the Kingdom of Cambodia, the Prime Minister. Since 1993, 3 women have been the spouse of the Prime Minister of Cambodia. The title "First Lady"[1] is also commonly used.

The spouse of the current Prime Minister is Dr. Bun Rany.

Role

The position is not an elected position, thus the spouse of the Prime Minister does not hold any official duties. The spouse of the Prime Minister of Cambodia frequently participates in humanitarian and charitable work as well as representing the Prime Minister. The incumbent Bun Rany holds the position of President of the Cambodian Red Cross.

List of spouses of Prime Ministers of Cambodia (since 1993)

Name Term of office Prime Minister
Norodom Marie
1993–1997
Norodom Ranariddh
Ung Malis Yvonne
1997–1998
Ung Huot
Bun Rany
1998–
Hun Sen

See also

References

  1. ^ "Cambodia's First Lady become National Champion for Women's and Children's Health". United Nations in Cambodia. 21 February 2011. Retrieved 5 June 2014. 
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