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Democratic Party (Cambodia) politicians
Hu Nim Hu Nim (ហូ នឹម, 1930 or 1932 – 1977), alias "Phoas" (ភាស់), was a Cambodian Communist intellectual and politician who held a number of ministerial posts.
Ieu Koeus Ieu Koeus (Ieu Koeuss Khmer: អៀវ កឹស) (1905 – January 14, 1950) served as Prime Minister of Cambodia for nine days in September 1949.
In Tam In Tam (September 22, 1916 - April 1, 2006) was a former Prime Minister of Cambodia.
Norodom Phurissara Prince Norodom Phurissara (October 13, 1919 - 1976 or 1977) was a prominent leftist Cambodian politician of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, who held a number of ministerial posts.
Preap In Preap In was a Cambodian political dissident of the 1950s–1960s.
Sim Var Sim Var was a Cambodian politician. He served as Prime Minister of Cambodia from July 1957 to January 1958. Together with Chhean Vam and Ieu Koeus, he co-founded the Democratic Party in April 1946.
Sisowath Youtevong Prince Sisowath Youtevong was a Cambodian political figure, credited as the "Father of Cambodian Democracy", and the founder of the Democratic Party. He served as the 4th Prime Minister of Cambodia on 15 December 1946, succeeding relative Sisowath Monireth until his death in 1947.
Yem Sambaur Yem Sambaur, (យ៉ែម សម្បូរ,) (February 2, 1913 – 1989 in Paris, France) was a Cambodian politician, and twice prime minister of Cambodia between 1949-50.