Khamphoui Keoboualapha

Khamphoui Keoboualapha (Lao: ຄໍາຜຸຍ ແກ້ວບົວລະພາ; born 13 June 1930) was a Laotian politician and member of the Lao People's Revolutionary Party.[1]

Khamphoui Keoboualapha
Minister of Finance
In office
24 February 1998 – 6 August 1999
Prime MinisterKhamtai Siphandon
Prime MinisterSisavath Keobounphanh
Preceded bySaysomphone Phomvihane
Succeeded byBounnhang Vorachith
President of the Committee for Planning and Cooperation
In office
15 August 1991 – 1996
Prime MinisterKhamtai Siphandon
Preceded byPost established
Succeeded byBouathong Vonglokham
Deputy Prime Minister of Laos
In office
15 August 1991 – 6 August 1999
Serving with Bounnhang Vorachith
Prime MinisterKaysone Phomvihane
Ministry of Economics, Planning, and Finance
In office
23 January – 15 August 1991
Prime MinisterKhamtai Siphandon
Kaysone Phomvihane
Preceded bySali Vongkhamxao
Succeeded byKhamsay Souphanouvong (as finance minister)
Himself (as planning head)
Personal details
Born1930
Lao Ngam, Champasak Province, Laos
NationalityLaotian
Political partyLao People's Revolutionary Party
OccupationPolitician

He served as the First Secretary of the LPRP Champasak Provincial Committee in 1974–76, Minister of Economic, Planning and Finance in 1991 and served as a Deputy Prime Minister.[2]

He was elected to the LPRP Central Committee at the 4th National Congress and retained a seat on the body until the 6th National Congress.[3]

ReferencesEdit

SpecificEdit

  1. ^ Stuart-Fox 2008, p. 156.
  2. ^ Stuart-Fox 2008, p. 156–7.
  3. ^ Stuart-Fox 2008, p. 157.

BibliographyEdit

Books:

  • Stuart-Fox, Martin (2008). Historical Dictionary of Laos. Scarecrow Press. ISBN 978-0-81086-411-5.