Ieng Mouly

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Mouly Ieng (born 1950, Prey Veng Province) is a Cambodian politician.[1]

Mouly was vice president of the Buddhist Liberal Democratic Party. Upon the establishment of the coalition government CMAC in 1993, Ieng Mouly became the Minister of Information. Political differences within the BLDP led Mouly to challenge Son Sann’s leadership by holding his own congress and attempting to get himself elected as the president of BLDP. But his attempt did not succeed. He then formed his owned political party called Buddhist Liberal Party and led this party to contest the 1998 general elections but didn't succeed. Now he is working with the government of Cambodia as a senior minister at the Council of Ministers.

Early Life and Career[edit]

He dealt with mine action. He also worked with the Prime minister Hun Sen. He has two children.

Education[edit]

Graduated from the Cambodian Business School of the Royal Phnom Penh University. Went to the CNAM-INTEC in Paris, France.

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