Assembly XLVIII
April 7, 1992 - June 9, 1992

          General Suchinda Kraprayoon was appointed Prime Minister, by Royal Decree of King Rama IX, on April 7, 1992, and he, in turn, on April 17, 1992, appointed the Cabinet, whose names are shown below.

Cabinet

1.
Mr. Meechai Ruchupan Deputy Prime Minister
2.
Mr. Narong Wangwan Deputy Prime Minister
3.
Air Chief Marshal Somboon Rahong Deputy Prime Minister
4.
Mr. Montree Pongpanit Deputy Prime Minister
5.
Mr. Samak Sundaravej Deputy Prime Minister
6.
Mr. Mai Sirinawakul Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
7.
Mr. Chatchawal Chomphudaeng Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
8.
Mr. Korn Dabbaransi Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
9.
Mr. Suchon Charmpoonod Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
10.
Mr. Vatana Asavahame Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
11.
Mr. Piyanat Watcharaporn Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
12.
Mr. Chaipayak Siriwat Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
13.
Mr. Thinaphan Nakata Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
14.
General Suchinda Kraprayoon Minister of Defense
15.
General Chatchom Kanlong Deputy Minister of Defense
16.
Mr. Suthee Singhasaneh Minister of Finance
17.
Mr. Chawalit Austhanukror Deputy Minister of Finance
18.
Mr. Pongpol Adireksarn Minister of Foreign Affairs
19.
Mr. Sombat Srisurin Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
20.
Mr. Pinit Chandrasurin Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives
21.
Mr. Sunti Chaiviratana Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives
22.
Mr. Yuth Angiranan Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives
23.
Mr. Warothai Pinyasasana Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives
24.
Mr. Banharn Silpa-Archa Minister of Transport
25.
Mr. Sanoh Thienthong Deputy Minister of Transport
26.
Mr. Suwat Liptapanlop Deputy Minister of Transport
27.
Mr. Kamchai Ruangkanjanasetra Deputy Minister of Transport
28.
Mr. Anuwat Wattanapongsiri Minister of Commerce
29.
M.R. Preediyadara Devakula Deputy Minister of Commerce
30.
Mr. Samphan Lertnuwat Deputy Minister of Commerce
31.
Mrs. Puanglek Boonchiang Deputy Minister of Commerce
32.
Air Chief Marshal Anan Kalinta Minister of Interior
33.
Police Lieutenant-General Wiroj Pao-in Deputy Minister of Interior
34.
Mr. Weera Pitrachart Deputy Minister of Interior
35.
Mr. Suchart Tanjaroen Deputy Minister of Interior
36.
Mr. Prapat Pothasuthon Deputy Minister of Interior
37.
Mr. Sawat Khumprakob Minister of Justice
38.
Mr. Prayuth Siripanich Minister of Science, Technology and Environment.
39.
Mr. Kittisak Hathasongkror Deputy Minister of Science,Technology and Environment
40.
Air Chief Marshal Somboon Rahong Minister of Education
41.
Mr. Shucheep Hansaward Deputy Minister of Education
42.
Mr. Pairoj Kruerattana Deputy Minister of Education
43.
Mr. Ngern Boonsupha Deputy Minister of Education
44.
Mr. Boonphan Kaewattana Minister of Public Health
45.
Mr. Somsak Thepsutin Deputy Minister of Public Health
46.
Mr. Jaroon Ngarmpichet Deputy Minister of Public Health
47.
Mr. Sompong Amornvivat Minister of Industry
48.
Mr. Ruengwit Linga Deputy Minister of Industry
49.
Mr. Udomsak Thangthong Deputy Minister of Industry
50.
Mr. Thavich Klinpratoom Minister of University Affairs

 

          On May 26, 1992, Police Lieutenant-General Wiroj Pao-in, Deputy Minister of Interior, resigned from the position.

Remark:
This Cabinet left office when the Bloody May unrest broke out.

 

Historical Sequence of Thai Cabinet