Lau Cheok Va

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Lau Cheok Vá
GLM
劉焯華
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President of the
Legislative Assembly of Macau
In office
15 October 2009 – 16 October 2013
Preceded by Susana Chou Vaz da Luz
Succeeded by Ho Iat Seng
Vice-President of the
Legislative Assembly of Macau
In office
20 December 1999 – 15 October 2009
Preceded by Edmund Ho
Succeeded by Ho Iat Seng
Member of the Legislative Assembly
Assumed office
18 October 1988
Constituency Labor (FC)
In office
28 August 1984 – 18 October 1988
Constituency Macau (Directly elected)
Personal details
Born (1945-02-03) 3 February 1945 (age 72)
Portuguese Macau
Nationality Chinese
Residence Macau
Occupation public official, judge
Profession judge, lawyer

Lau Cheok Vá (Chinese: 劉焯華) is a Macanese politician, serving as the President of the Legislative Assembly of Macau.[1] He is also currently serving as Deputy to the 11th National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China, Vice-President of Macao Federation of Trade Unions and President of Judicial Officers Recommendation Commission.[1] Previously he served as Vice-President of the Legislative Assembly from 1999 until 2009.[1]

Election results[edit]

Year Candidate Hare quota Mandate List Votes List Pct
1984 Lau Cheok Vá (UE) 5,334 №3/6 16,003 58.87%
1988 Lau Cheok Vá (UIEM) uncontested FC uncontested
1992 Lau Cheok Vá (UIEM) walkover FC walkover
1996 Lau Cheok Vá (UIEM) walkover FC walkover
2001 Lau Cheok Vá (UIEM) walkover FC walkover
2005 Lau Cheok Vá (UIEM) walkover FC walkover
2009 Lau Cheok Vá (UIEM) walkover FC walkover
Preceded by
Susana Chou Vaz da Luz
President of the Legislative Assembly of Macau
2009–
Succeeded by
incumbent
Preceded by
Edmund Ho Hau Wah
Vice-President of the Legislative Assembly of Macau
1999–2009
Succeeded by
Ho Iat Seng

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Lau Cheok Va - President of the Legislative Assembly".