Assembly L
September 23, 1992 - July 12, 1995

          Mr. Chuan Leekpai was appointed Prime Minister, by Royal Decree of King Rama IX, on September 23, 1992, and he, in turn, on September 29, 1992, appointed the Cabinet, whose names are shown below.

Cabinet

1.
Mr. Banyat Bantadtan Deputy Prime Minister
2.
Mr. Amnuay Viravan Deputy Prime Minister
3.
Mr. Boonchu Rojanastien Deputy Prime Minister
4.
Mr. Supachai Panitchapakdi Deputy Prime Minister
5.
Mr. Tirdpong Jayanandana Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
6.
Mr. Savit Bhotiwihok Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
7.
Mr. Surasak Thiamprasert Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
8.
Colonel Chinawut Sundarasima Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
9.
General Wijit Sukmak Minister of Defense
10.
Major General Sombat Rordphothong Deputy Minister of Defense
11.
Mr. Tarrin Nimmanahaeminda Minister of Finance
12.
Mr. Trairong Suwankiri Deputy Minister of Finance
13.
Mr. Boonchoo Treethong Deputy Minister of Finance
14.
Squardron-Leader Prasong Soonsiri Minister of Foreign Affairs
15.
Mr. Surin Pitsuwan Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
16.
Mr. Niphon Promphan Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives
17.
Mr. Suthep Thaugsuban Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives
18.
Mr. Sawasdi Suebsaibrahma Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives
19.
Mr. Tawil Chandraprasong Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives
20.
Colonel Winai Somphong Minister of Transport
21.
Mr. Jaras Puachuai Deputy Minister of Transport
22.
Mr. Sawai Pathano Deputy Minister of Transport
23.
Mr. Thawee Kraikupt Deputy Minister of Transport
24.
Mr. Somsak Thepsutin Deputy Minister of Transport
25.
Mr. Uthai Pimchaichon Minister of Commerce
26.
Mr. Chaiyot Sasomsub Deputy Minister of Commerce
27.
Mr. Jurin Laksanawisit Deputy Minister of Commerce
28.
Mr. Phaitoon Kaeothong Deputy Minister of Commerce
29.
General Chavalit Yongchaiyudh Minister of Interior
30.
Mr. Den Tohmeena Deputy Minister of Interior
31.
Mr. Sutasn Ngenmune Deputy Minister of Interior
32.
Mr. Chamni Sakdiset Deputy Minister of Interior
33.
Mr. Chaowat Sudlarpa Deputy Minister of Interior
34.
Mr. Suwit Khunkitti Minister of Justice
35.
Mr. Pisan Mulasastrasathorn Minister of Science, Technology and Environment.
36.
Mr. Preecha Musikul Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Environment.
37.
Mr. Samphan Thongsamart Minister of Education
38.
Mr. Pramod Sukhum Deputy Minister of Education
39.
Mr. Sungtong Srithares Deputy Minister of Education
40.
Mr. Adisorn Pianggate Deputy Minister of Education
41.
Mr. Boonphan Kaewattana Minister of Public Health
42.
Mr. Rakkiet Sugthana Deputy Minister of Public Health
43.
Mr. Anek Thapsuwan Deputy Minister of Public Health
44.
Mr. Udomsilpa Srisaengnam Deputy Minister of Public Health
45.
Major General Sanan Kajornprasart Minister of Industry
46.
Mr. Porntep Techapaibul Deputy Minister of Industry
47.
Mr. Kiatchai Shaishowarat Deputy Minister of Industry
48.
Mr. Suthep Atthakorn Minister of University Affairs

This Cabinet undertook these changes:

On September 15, 1993,

1. Mr. Somsak Thepsutin was removed from Deputy Minister of Transport.
2. Mr. Chaowat Sudlarpa was removed Deputy Minister of Interior.
3. Mr. Suwit Khunkitti was removed from Minister of Justice.
4. Mr. Boonphan Kaewattana was removed from Minister of Public Health.
5. Mr. Rakkiet Sugthana was removed from Deputy Minister of Public Health.

On September 23, 1993,

1. Mr. Sawai Pathano was switched from Deputy Minister of Transport to Minister of Justice.
2. Mr. Anek Thabsuwan was switched from Deputy Minister of Public Health to Deputy Minister of Transport.
3. Mr. Phinij Jarusombat was appointed Deputy Minister of Transport.
4. Mr. Chalermphol Sanitwongchai was appointed Deputy Minister of Commerce.
5. General Chavalit Yongchaiyudh was appointed Minister of Labour and Social Welfare.
6. Mr. Phaitoon Kaeothong was switched from Deputy Minister of Commerce to Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Welfare.
7. Mr. Sermsak Karun was appointed Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Welfare.
8. Mr. Arthit Urairat was appointed Minister of Public Health.
9. Mrs. Tuenjai Nu-upala was appointed Deputy Minister of Public Health.

On January 8, 1994, Mr. Phaitoon Kaeothong was switched from Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Welfare to Minister of Labour and Social Welfare, substituting General Chavalit Yongchaiyudh, who resigned from the position.

On July 8, 1994, Mr. Amnuay Viravan resigned from the position.

On July 14, 1994, General Chavalit Yongchaiyudh, Minister of Interior, was appointed Deputy Prime Minister.

On October 12, 1994,

1. Mr. Jaras Puachuai, Deputy Minister of Transport, resigned from the position.
2. Major General Sombat Rordphothong, Deputy Minister of Defense, resigned from the position.

On October 13, 1994,

1. Mr. Tawil Chandraprasong, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives, resigned from the position.
2. Mr. Udomsilpa Srisaengnam, Deputy Minister of Public Health, resigned from the position.
3. Mr. Suthep Atthakorn, Minister of University Affairs, resigned from the position.

On October 25, 1994,
1. General Chavalit Yongchaiyudh, Deputy Prime Minister, resigned from the position.
2. Colonel Chinawut Sundarasima, Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister, resigned from the position.
3. Mr. Chalermphol Sanitwongcha, Deputy Minister of Commerce, resigned from the position.
4. Mr. Den Tohmeena, Deputy Minister of Interior, resigned from the position. Later that day,

1.
Mr. Boonchu Rojanastien was removed from Deputy Prime Minister
2.
Squardron-Leader Prasong Soonsiri was removed from Minister of Foreign Affairs
3.
Colonel Winai Somphong was removed from Minister of Transport
4.
Mr. Chamni Sakdiset was removed from Deputy Minister of Interior
5.
Mr. Adisorn Pianggate was removed from Deputy Minister of Education
6.
Mr. Sukawich Rangsitpol was appointed Deputy Prime Minister
7.
Major General Chamlong Srimuang was appointed Deputy Prime Minister
8.
Mrs. Pimpa Chandraprasong was appointed Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
9.
Vice Admiral Roj Wiratbhumipradesh was appointed Deputy Minister of Defense
10.
Police Lieutenant Colonel Thaksin Shinawatra was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs
11.
Mr. Sumutra Mongkolkitti was appointed Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives
12.
Mr. Wichit Suraphongchai was appointed Minister of Transport
13.
Mrs. Sudarat Keyuraphan was appointed Deputy Minister of Transport
14.
Mr. Chatchai Earsakul was appointed Deputy Minister of Commerce
15.
Mr. Udorn Tantisunthorn was appointed Deputy Minister of Interior
16.
Mr. Wanmuhamadnoor Matha was appointed Deputy Minister of Interior
17.
Mr. Sarit Santimethaneedol was appointed Deputy Minister of Education
18.
Mr. Thinnawat Maruekhapitak was appointed Deputy Minister of Public Health
19.
Mr. Krasae Chanawongse was appointed Minister of University Affairs

On December 7, 1994, Mr. Suthep Thaugsuban, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives, resigned from the position.

On December 9, 1994, Thawee Kraikupt, Deputy Minister of Transport, resigned from the position.

On December 11, 1994,

1.
Mr. Sukawich Rangsitpol was removed from Deputy Prime Minister
2.
Mr. Surasak Thiamprasert was removed from Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
3.
Mr. Boonchoo Treethong was removed from Deputy Minister of Finance
4.
Mr. Sawasdi Suebsaibrahma was removed from Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives
5.
Mr. Chatchai Earsakul was removed from Deputy Minister of Commerce
6.
General Chavalit Yongchaiyudh was removed from Minister of Interior
7.
Mr. Wanmuhamadnoor Matha was removed from Deputy Minister of Interior
8.
Mr. Phaitoon Kaeothong was removed from Minister of Labour and Social Welfare
9.
Mr. Sermsak Karun was removed from Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Welfare
10.
Mr. Pisan Mulasastrasathorn was removed from Minister of Science, Technology and Environment.
11.
Mr. Sungtong Srithares was removed from Deputy Minister of Education
12.
Mr. Kiatchai Shaishowarat was removed from Deputy Minister of Industry

On December 13, 1994,

1. Mr. Niphon Promphan, Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives, resigned from the position.
2. Major General Sanan Kajornprasart, Minister of Industry, resigned from the position.
3. Mr. Trairong Suwankiri, Deputy Minister of Finance, resigned from the position.
4. Mr. Jurin Laksanawisit, Deputy Minister of Commerce, resigned friom the position.

On December 17, 1994,

1.
General Arthit Kamlang-ek was appointed Deputy Prime Minister
2.
Mr. Korn Dabbaransi was appointed Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
3.
Mr. Pancha Kesornthong was appointed Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister
4.
Mr. Amnuay Patiseh was appointed Deputy Minister of Finance
5.
Mr. Chavarat Charnvirakul was appointed Deputy Minister of Finance
6.
Mr. Prachuab Chaiyasan was appointed Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives
7.
Mr. Jurin Laksanawisit was appointed Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives
8.
2 Lieutenant Prapas Limpabandhu was appointed Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives
9.
Mr. Dej Boon-Long was appointed Deputy Minister of Transport
10.
Mr. Kopsak Sabhawasu was appointed Deputy Minister of Commerce
11.
Major General Sanan Kajornprasart was appointed Minister of Interior
12.
Mr. Pairoj Lohsuntorn was appointed Deputy Minister of Interior
13.
Mr. Sompong Amornvivat was appointed Minister of Labour and Social Welfare
14.
Mr. Yuth Anginant was appointed Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Welfare
15.
Mr. Suwat Liptapanlop was appointed Minister of Science, Technology and Environment.
16.
Mr. Kamchai Ruangkanjanaseth was appointed Deputy Minister of Education
17.
Mr. Trairong Suwankiri was appointed Minister of Industry
18.
Mr. Pratueng Khamprakob was appointed Deputy Minister of Industry

On February 11, 1995,

1. Police Lieutenant Colonel Thaksin Shinawatra, Minister of Foreign Affairs, resigned from the position.
2. Mr. Krasae Chanawongse, Minister of University Affairs, resigned from the position.

On February 15, 1995, Mr. Pramod Sukhum, Deputy Minister of Education, resigned from the position.

On February 16, 1995,

1.
Mr. Krasae Chanawongse was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs
2.
Mr. Tawil Praisont was appointed Minister of University Affairs

 

           On February 22, 1995, Mr. Charoen Kanthawongs was appointed Deputy Minister of Education.

On May 19, 1995,
1. Major General Chamlong Srimuang, Deputy Prime Minister, resigned from the position.
2. Mrs. Pimpa Chandraprasong, Minister to the Office of the Prime Minister, resigned from the position.
3. Vice Admiral Roj Wiratbhumipradesh, Deputy Minster of Defense, resigned from the position.
4. Mr. Krasae Chanawongse, Minister of Foreign Affairs, resigned from the position.
5. Mr. Sumutra Mongkolkitti, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives, resigned from the position.
6. Mr. Wichit Suraphongchai, Minister of Transport, resigned from the position.
7. Mrs. Sudarat Keyuraphan, Deputy Minister of Transport, resigned from the position.
8. Mr. Udorn Tantisunthorn, Deputy Minister of Interior, resigned from the position.
9. Mr. Sarit Santimethaneedol, Deputy Minister of Education, resigned from the position.
10. Mr. Thinnawat Maruekhapitak, Deputy Minister of Public Health, resigned from the position.
11. Mr. Tawil Praisont, Minister of University Affairs, resigned from the position.


Remark:
This Cabinet left office when the Royal Decree of Parliament Dissolution was vigorized on May 19, 1995.

 

Historical Sequence of Thai Cabinet