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New deputies for the 11th NPC

 Image   by Anni Lam  The twelve deputies who will represent Macau at the 11th National People's Congress (NPC) and who are scheduled to attend the fifth plenary session in Beijing on March 5, were elected yesterday morning at the Macau Tower.

Using an electronic counter for the fist time, the conference was chaired by vice-chairman and secretary general of the NPC standing legislature, Shuen Huaren and Macau's Chief Executive Edmund Ho Hau Wah.

A total of 319 members of the 325 electoral committee members chose the 12 deputies from the 17 nomination to represent Macau at China's top legislature, the 11th NPC.

The twelve deputies who were elected include Leong Vai Tac, Lau Ngai Leong, Iao Hong Meng, Lei Pui Lam, Ho Iat Seng, Kou Hou In, Lam Siu Wan, Luk Boa, Chui Sai Peng Jose,  Chiu Ngan Ieng, Lau Cheok Vai, Leong Iok Va.

Leong Vai Tac, a member of the Executive Council and president of the Macao Research Centre for Sustainable Development Strategies, and and Lau Ngai Leong, both scored the most votes for the day. Both nominees secured 304 votes from the electoral committee. While Lau Weng Seng, who managed 137 votes, just missed out and as such will act as a reserved deputy to step in if one of the 12 elected deputies cannot fulfil their duties.

New deputies for the 11th NPC

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 by Anni Lam  

The twelve deputies who will represent Macau at the 11th National People's Congress (NPC) and who are scheduled to attend the fifth plenary session in Beijing on March 5, were elected yesterday morning at the Macau Tower.

Using an electronic counter for the fist time, the conference was chaired by vice-chairman and secretary general of the NPC standing legislature, Shuen Huaren and Macau's Chief Executive Edmund Ho Hau Wah.

A total of 319 members of the 325 electoral committee members chose the 12 deputies from the 17 nomination to represent Macau at China's top legislature, the 11th NPC.

The twelve deputies who were elected include Leong Vai Tac, Lau Ngai Leong, Iao Hong Meng, Lei Pui Lam, Ho Iat Seng, Kou Hou In, Lam Siu Wan, Luk Boa, Chui Sai Peng Jose,  Chiu Ngan Ieng, Lau Cheok Vai, Leong Iok Va.

Leong Vai Tac, a member of the Executive Council and president of the Macao Research Centre for Sustainable Development Strategies, and and Lau Ngai Leong, both scored the most votes for the day. Both nominees secured 304 votes from the electoral committee. While Lau Weng Seng, who managed 137 votes, just missed out and as such will act as a reserved deputy to step in if one of the 12 elected deputies cannot fulfil their duties.

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