Match the correct name with the correct biography:
|___ Hun Sen
___ Norodom Sirivuth
___ Ieng Sary
___ Nuon Chea
___ Son Sann
___ Khieu Samphan
|___ Ta Mok
___ Norodom Ranariddh
___ Heng Samrin
___ Son Sen
___ Pol Pot
___ Sam Rainsy
___ Norodom Sihanouk
1. Installed President of the National United Front for National Salvation by the Vietnamese. He was Secretary General of the People’s Revolutionary Party of Kampuchea until 1989.
2. Current Prime-Minister of Camboida. Co-Prime Minister with Norodom Ranariddh from 1993 to 1997.
3. Member of the Standing Committee of the Communist Party of Kampuchea under Democratic Kampuchea. He defected to the government in 1996, bringing with him DK forces in Pailin.
4. Member of the Democratic Kampuchea inner circle, head of state of DK Nordom Sihanouk in 1975. He is believed by many to be “more acceptable” than other DK leaders. He was beaten by a mob on his return in Phnom Penh in 1991.
5. Former, and since 1993, now again King of Cambodia.
6. “Brother Number Two.” Deputy Secretary of the Central Committee and a member of the Standing Committee of the Communist Party of Kampuchea. Now lives freely in Pailin.
7. Notorious leader of Democratic Kampuchea. He was arrested and tried by a “people’s tribunal” of Khmer Rouge in 1997 and died in 1998, supposedly of a heart attack.
8. Eldest son of King Norodom Sihanouk. He was Co-Prime Minster with Hun Sen from 1993 to 1997. He remains head of the FUNCINPEC party.
9. Half-brother of King Norodom Sihanouk. He served as Foreign Minister under the coalition government formed in 1993, and has served as Secretary General of FUNCINPEC since 2001.
10. An investment banker who returned to Cambodia from France, he served as Finance Minister in the coalition government from 1993 to 1994 when he was ousted by FUNCINPEC. He formed his own political party that bears his name, which is the only opposition party in parliament.
11. Head of the Khmer People’s National Liberation Front, and, after the signing of the Paris Agreements, the founder of the Buddhist Liberal Democratic Party. He retired from politics in 1993 and died in 2000.
12. Minister of Defense and Deputy Prime Minister under Democratic Kampuchea. He was murdered by order of Pol Pot in 1997.
13. Nicknamed “the butcher,” he is one of only two men imprisoned for crimes committed under DK rule. The head of the DK Southwest zone, he used his forces to conduct brutal purges of other zones. He was captured in 1999, signaling a final end to the Khmer Rouge movement.