Fong Chi Keong

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Fong Chi Keong
OMIC
馮志強
Member of the Legislative Assembly
Assumed office
20 September 2009
Preceded by Hoi Sai Iun
Constituency Business (FC)
In office
25 September 2005 – 20 September 2009
Preceded by Jorge Manuel Fão
Succeeded by Melinda Chan
Constituency Macau (Directly elected)
In office
23 September 2001 – 25 September 2005
Succeeded by Jorge Manuel Fão
Constituency Welfare, Culture, Education and Sport (FC)
In office
3 October 1996 – 23 September 2001
Succeeded by Vitor Cheung
Constituency Macau (Directly elected)
Personal details
Born (1947-11-16) November 16, 1947 (age 70)
Macau
Nationality China

Fong Chi Keong (Chinese: 馮志強; born 16 November 1947 in Macau[1]) is a member of the Legislative Assembly of Macau and a businessman. Fong Chi Keong is known for criticism of the government and the New Macau Association. Fong Chi Keong often known as "Fong(Firing) Cannon" (馮大炮) for his radical talking in AL.

Election results[edit]

Year Candidate Hare quota Mandate List Votes List Pct
1996 Fong Chi Keong (UDM) 7,516 №4/8 7,516 10.37%
2001 Fong Chi Keong (CCCAE) uncontested FC uncontested
2005 Fong Chi Keong (UBM) 8,529 №9/12 8,529 6.83%
2009 Fong Chi Keong (CCCAE) uncontested FC uncontested
2013 Fong Chi Keong appointed CE appointed

References[edit]

  1. ^ "第四屆立法會選舉候選名單總" (PDF). 澳門行政暨公職局. 2009-07-15. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2009-08-06.