Ho Iat Seng

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Ho Iat Seng

賀一誠
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Chief Executive-elect of Macau
Assuming office
20 December 2019
SucceedingFernando Chui
President of the
Legislative Assembly of Macau
In office
16 October 2013 – 5 July 2019
Preceded byLau Cheok Va
Succeeded byChui Sai Cheong (acting)
Kou Hoi In
Vice-President of the
Legislative Assembly of Macau
In office
15 October 2009 – 16 October 2013
Preceded byLau Cheok Va
Succeeded byLam Heong Sang
Member of the Legislative Assembly
In office
20 September 2009 – 5 July 2019
Preceded bySusana Chou
ConstituencyBusiness (FC)
Personal details
Born (1957-06-12) June 12, 1957 (age 62)
Portuguese Macau
NationalityChina

Ho Iat Seng, GLM (Chinese: 賀一誠; born 12 June 1957[1]) is the Chief Executive-elect of Macau.

He served as the President of the Legislative Assembly of Macau from 2013 to 2019. He became a member of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress in 2001. He was a Member of the Executive Council of Macau from 2004 to 2009.[2] On April 18, 2019, Ho announced his intention to run for election as the territory’s leader in August.[3]

He was elected as Macau's Chief Executive on August 25, 2019.[4] He will be officially sworn in as the 3rd Chief Executive of Macau on December 20, the 20th anniversary of Macau's return to China.

Election results[edit]

Legislative Assembly[edit]

Year Candidate Hare quota Mandate List Votes List Pct
2009 Ho Iat Seng (OMKC) uncontested FC uncontested
2013 Ho Iat Seng (OMKC) walkover FC walkover
2017 Ho Iat Seng (OMKC) 781 FC walkover

Chief Executive[edit]

Year Candidate Votes Pct
2019 Ho Iat Seng 392 98.00%

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "第四屆立法會選舉候選名單總表" (PDF). 澳門行政暨公職局. 2009-07-15. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2009-08-06.
  2. ^ "特首接受賀一誠請辭行政委員". 即時新聞. TDM (Macau). 2009-10-21.
  3. ^ https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/politics/article/3006809/president-macau-legislature-ho-iat-seng-announces-plan-run
  4. ^ Carvalho, Raquel. "Ho Iat-seng will be new city leader of Macau, China's gambling hub". SCMP. Retrieved 25 August 2019.