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Royal Government of Laos
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It has been a long period of time since the Royal Government of Laos retreated due to the communist take over. 

The former figures of Royal Laos Government who fled the Kingdom of Laos to Thailand and other countries, had formed various political organizations to struggle against the communist regime and the Vietnamese communist domination in Laos, but they are fragmented as piece meals they have not been united and ineffective fighting to gain freedom in Laos

In order to reunite all Laos patriots, and to preserve a unique Heritage Foundation of the Kingdom of Laos, the Royal Laos Government in Exile RLGE, was redeveloped and restored on the 6 of May 2003, based on the  agreement and the membership  of plural-organizations.
       
The Royal Laos Government RLG is thus redeveloped to become a Royal Lao Government in Exile RLGE,  in opposition to the communist regime known as the Laos People's Democratic Republic (LPDR). 

The primary goal of the Royal Government of Laos in Exile, is to reunite all Laos citizens, both inside the Kingdom of Laos and those abroad. The RGLE aims to “Institute in Laos a Constitutional Democratic Monarchy”, which will ensure Freedom, Justice (Rule of Law), and equal Rights of all citizens regardless of class and ethnic origin.
       
The RLGE  is chaired by the Rt Hon Professor Maha Khamphoui Sisavatdy, former professor of Laos History at Srisavang Vong University, and member of the Laos National Assembly, who had served previously in the former Royal Government of Laos under His Majesty King Srisavang Vatthana until 1975.
       
The purpose of the Royal Laos Government in Exile, is to preserve and inherit the unique heritage foundations of the Royal Laos Government that was established and received full Independence from France on the 19 July 1949, to serve under the Constitution of the Royal Laos Government established on the 11 May 1949.

In order to reunite of all Lao patriotic citizens of Laos, to advocate all non-violent movement of Laos Citizens struggle with the communist regime and Vietnamese domination, thus taking the Kingdom of Laos towards a Democratic Pluralistic multi party system of governance in the Kingdom of Laos.
 

  

                                                                      
  THE ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF LAOS PLATFORM AND PRINCIPLES
 
       . To end the Communist Dictatorial Regime in the Kingdom of Laos
       . To end Vietnamese Communist Colonialism and present Vietnamization in the Kingdom of Laos
       . To restore the national territory Integrity and national  Independence of the Kingdom of Laos
       . To promote Freedom, Democracy, Rule of Law, Human Rights, and Human Dignity for all Laos citizens
       . To end the illegitimate and Communist orientated Lao-Viet special Brotherhood Treaty of 18 July 1977
                                                           
The position is that the Royal Lao Government in exile to call upon the Government of the United States of America, and the International community, eg. The United Nations (UN) organization to reconvene all members of the Paris Peace Agreement Treaty Accords signed on 27 January 1973, the Geneva convention Agreement Accords on Neutrality of the Kingdom of Laos signed on the 23 July 1962, the Geneva Peace Agreement Treaty Accords on Indochina in 1954 are to be revived on the basis that violations of these Peace treaties by the North Vietnamese Communist and Lao People's Revolutionary Party's Regime of LPDR and to enforce the United States Congress Resolutions No 169, 240, 309 and 318, and the European Community Parliamentary Resolution condemning the LPRP Regime to respect the Human Rights of the People of Laos on the 15 February 2002, and call for immediately withdrawal of all Vietnamese occupying Armed Forces and all Vietnamese immigrants and settlers and return all the subsidized farm land to the Lao people, who's land has been unlawfully confiscated.

It has been only the Royal Laos Government in Exile RLGE, an interim Government and the partner signatory of all International and National Peace Agreement Treaty Accords mentioned above.   

 

 
 
ROYAL LAOS GOVERNMENT CABINET MEMBERS
 

H.E. Professor Maha Khamphoui Sisavatdy  Prime Minister, Minister of Interior
H.E. Gen. Phiane Sayarad, 1st Deputy Prime Min. Minister of National Defence and National Stability and General Secretary
H.E. Maha Boun Heunang Manivong  2nd Deputy Min. Minister of Information and Culture
H.E. Xom Vorasane, 3rd Deputy Prime Min. Minister of Finance and Treasury
H.E. Thong Soun Phuthama, 4th Deputy Prime Min. Minister of Ethnic solidarity Affairs
H.E. Nick Hanthale, Minister of Foreign Affairs
POL. Maj. Gen. Khampho Somchanmavong, Minister of Justice
H.E. Bounheng Bouapha, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for France and European Affairs
H.E. Luang Sinor, Deputy Prime Minister,  Minister for Canada and North America Affairs
H.E. Champy Savatphoon, Minister of Prime Minister Ministry Australia and Oceanic Affairs
Hon. Nene Soundara, Deputy Minister of Foreign Relation for Australia and Oceanic Affairs
Maj/Gen. Thongphan Sengpraseuth, Minister of Prime Minister, Ministry
Lt/Gen. Somphone K. Boribounsack, Deputy Minister for National Defence and stability
Lt/Gen. Keo Homsombath, Deputy Minister of National Defence and Stability
Hon. Somkhouane Keo-Amphay, Deputy Minister of Economics and Finance
Hon. Bounthone Manokham, Deputy Minister of Interior
Hon. Mrs. Bounnet Bouttavongs, Deputy Minister of Social Welfare and Rural Development
Hon. Ms. Sinouane Keo-Amphay, Deputy Minister of Rural Development Settlement
Hon. Bouakeo Phengphachanh, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
Hon. Khampheo Lathamany, Deputy Minister of Interior, France and European Affairs
Hon. Maha BounHome Inthavong, Deputy Minister of Religion and Culture
Hon. Kongmy Khosanouvong, Deputy Minister of Religion and Human Rights
Hon. Pheuy Prakaysone, Deputy Minister of Interior, Australia and Oceanic Affairs
Pol/Maj. Gen. Sounsaveng Douangmala, Deputy Minister of Interior, Australia Affairs
Hon. Phothone Bon, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Asian Pacific region
Hon. Keosouvanh S. Phabmixay, Deputy Prime Minister Mister for Spain and European Affairs

 
NATIONAL SUPREME COUNCIL FOR POLICY AND STABILITY

H.E. Professor, Maha Khamphoui Sisavatdy, Council chairman
Gen. Phiane  Sayarad, General Secretary
Gen. Saveng Vongsavath, Armed forces Advisor, member
Col. Thao Bone, National Security Advisor, member
Lt/Gen. Thongsoun Phuthama, Lao ethnic Advisor, member                                                             
H.E. Maha Boun Heuang Manivong, Information and Propaganda Advisor
H.E. Xom Vorasane, Economics and Finance Advisor, member
Pol. Lt/Gen. . Bounheng Bouapha, European relation Affairs, member
Ret. Col. Korka Phomsopha, Military Affairs Advisor, member
                                                      
OFFICIAL POLICY ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS

Hon. Boualy Thanonglith, Advisor to Prime Minister
H.E. Nick Hanthale, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Pol/Gen. Khamphao Thongkham, Chief of National Police and Homeland Security
Lt/Gen. Phoukham Khonesavanh, Deputy of National Defence Council
LT/Gen. Somphone Khounboribounsack, Deputy Minister of National Defence and stability
Pol/Lt.Gen. Khampho Somchanmavong, Minister of Justice
Hon. Bounthone Manokham, Deputy Minister of Interior
Maj/Gen. Khamphou Rajmountry, the coord/ comt. member of National human Rights
H.E Luang Sinor, Deputy Minister of Interior, Minister for Canada and North America Affairs
Lt/Gen. Keo Homsombath, Deputy Minister of National Defence and Stability
Maj/Gen. Thongphan Sengpraseuth, Minister of Prime Minister Ministry
Br/Gen. Bouasy Soumpholpackdy, committee member of  National Human Rights
Maj/Gen. Songkeo Suryaseng, the committee member of National human rights Development
Hon. Somkhouane Keo-Amphay, Deputy Minister of Economics and Finance
Maj/Gen. Khamsay Praxaychareun, Committee chairman of National Human Rights Development
Maj/Gen. Sila Sophannavong, Committee member of National human rights
Pol/Lt.Gen. Sa Ngouane Neuangthavong, Committee member of National Human rights
Pol/Maj.Gen. Inthava Vongketmany, Com. member of human rights and Com. FSANA
Hon. Kongmy Khosanouvong, Deputy Minister of Religion and National human rights
Pol/Maj.Gen. Khamkhiene Channiyavong, Committee member of National human rights
Maj/Gen. Phoukhong Douangmala, Committee member of National human rights Development
Col. Boualong Singkeutsabye, Committee member of National human rights
Hon. Ms. Sinouane Keo-Amphay,  Deputy Minister of rural development and  settlement
Col. Thongdaeng Luang-Asa, National Defence Council Advisor 
Hon. Bouakeo Phengphachanh, Deputy Minister of Foreign Min. European Affairs
H.E Phet Kham-Amath, Deputy Prime Minister, Australia and Oceanic Affairs
Hon. Pheuy Prakaysone, Deputy Minister of Interior, Australia & Oceanic Affairs
H.E Champy Savatphoon, Minister of Prime Minister Ministry, Australia & Oceanic Affairs
Pol/Maj. Gen. Sounsaveng Douangmala, Deputy Minister of Interior, Australia & Oceanic Affairs
Lt/Gen. Sonepheth Sisavath, National Human Rights coordinator Chairman
Rt. Hon. Ariya Thammasinh, Adviser to the Royal Laos Government




Royal Government of Laos

The Laos Royal Government aims to implement a Constitutional Democratic Monarchy for the Kingdom of Laos, which grants and ensures all its citizens Freedom, Justice, Peace, and Prosperity

Background Royal Laos
Government Exile
The Henchmen of the Lao
PEOPLE'S REVOLUTIONARY PARTY
 
     
 
 
 


 


DOCUMENTS
 


Le Royaume du Laos Ses Institutions
 et son Organisation Générale 1950
 
Freedom House
 2011 Report on Laos

THE EXECUTIVE ORDER TO DESTROY ROYAL LAOS AND ROYAL LAOS ARMED FORCES

On May 11, 1975 Prince Souvannaphouma the Prime Minister of Lao Provisional Government of national Union (PGNU) had issued an executive order to appoint Gen. Ouane Boupha the communist Pathet Lao faction representative to take in charge of Laos National Defence Ministry and the Royal Laos Armed Forces to replace Tiao Sisouk Nachampasack the Royal Laos faction representative.
 
Thereafter, General Ouane Boupha got the power to in charge of Lao National Defence Ministry and in charge of Royal Laos National Armed forces, he had developed an encroachment strategy as recorded in this document to destroy Royal Laos and Royal Laos National Armed forces by issued an Executive Order to disarmed Royal Laos Armed Forces in favour to the Communist Pathet Lao Armed Forces with assistance of more than 60,000 Vietnamese Communist Armed Personnel to overthrow the Provisional Government of National Union (PGNU) and took power, in order to rename the Kingdom of Laos as the Lao People's Democratic Republic (LPDR).

By this executive order, tens of thousands of Royal Laos Army Officers and high ranking officials who served in Royal Laos Government were arrested, locked up in inhumane detention Hard Labour Camps for persecution and imposed to hard work with inadequate foods ration and no medical attention of sickness, many others where tortured to death.
 


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