Top 20 Politician celebrities in Cambodia
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Politician celebrities [Updated May 24, 2022].
Norodom Sihamoni was born
on May 14, 1953
He was Cambodia's delegate to UNESCO, a cultural agency of the United Nations.
Net Worth 2020: $500 Thousand
Kem Sokha was born
on June 27, 1953
He was imprisoned for 17 days for displaying banners with the written concerns of cambodian people during Human Rights Day in 2005.
Pol Pot was born
on May 19, 1925
in Prek Sbauv, Cambodia.
He died in 1998 without ever being tried for his crimes.
Chea Sim was born
on November 15, 1932
He was president of the National Assembly of Cambodia from 1981 to 1998.
Cheam Channy was born
on February 15, 1961
His arrest was met with international criticism and he was pardoned in 2006.
Khem Veasna was born
on December 11, 1971
From 2003-2006, he served as a political representative from Cambodia's southern Prey Veng Province.
Khieu Samphan was born
on July 27, 1931
He served as acting Prime Minister of Democratic Kampuchea, the rebel government at the time, for ten days in April of 1976 before surrendering to Cambodian government.
Lon Nol was born
on November 13, 1913
Cambodian general and two-time Prime Minister of Cambodia who came to power after he led a military coup against Prince Norodom Sihanouk in 1970. His regime was known for being authoritarian in nature and for its dependence on American aid.
He was also the President of the Khmer Republic from 1927 to 1975.
Norodom Ranariddh was born
on January 2, 1944
Prime Minister of Cambodia from 1993 to 1997 who, in 2008, was selected by King Norodom Sihamoni to be the chief advisor of his advisory court. He is a revered figure in Cambodia who many credit with brining Democracy back into the country.
He served as chairman of the Funcinpac party and later established the Norodom Ranariddh Party, the third largest party in Cambodia.
Nuon Chea was born
on July 27, 1926
in Voat Kor, Cambodia.
He has been charged for crimes against humanity by the United Nations.
Sak Sutsakhan was born
on February 8, 1928
He lived the end of his life exiled in the United States after hisregime overthrown by the Khmer Rouge in 1975.
Sam Rainsy was born
on March 10, 1949
in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
He went into self-imposed exile after accusing the Cambodian People's Party of the joint Vietnamese-Cambodian government of corruption.
Son Sann was born
on October 5, 1911
He was an anti-communist resistance leader and was both the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister of Finance for his country.
Hong Lim was born
on November 10, 1950
He was president of the Cambodian Association of Victoria before joining the Victorian Legislative Assembly.
Lon Non was born
on April 18, 1930
He was linked to the international heroin trade that ran through Cambodia and he used his control over the army to attain a large personal fortune through the sale of weapons.
Long Boret was born
on January 3, 1933
He refused to flee Cambodia even after being marked for death by the Khmer Rouge during the Cambodian Civil War.