|Cynthia Phua Siok Gek|
|Member of Parliament
for Aljunied GRC
25 October 2001 – 18 April 2011
Cynthia Phua Siok Gek (Chinese: 潘惜玉; pinyin: Pān Xī Yù; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Phoaⁿ Sioh-gio̍k, born 19 August 1958) is a Singaporean business executive and former politician. She was a Member of Parliament of Aljunied GRC (Paya Lebar Ward) who represented the People's Action Party (PAP) from 2001 to 2011.
Phua was the general manager of NTUC Fairprice Co-operative's real estate business unit and the managing director of estate management company SLF Management Services. She had also served as chief executive officer of Bishan-Toa Payoh Town Council and chairman of Aljunied Town Council.
In the 2011 general elections, she was part of a team of five candidates for the that lost the Aljunied Group Representation Constituency to the Workers' Party of Singapore (WP). It was the first time a group representation constituency has been lost to an opposition party since the system was set up in 1988. Of the 143,148 registered voters in Aljunied GRC, 72,165 (54.7%t) voted for the WP while 59,732 (45.3%) chose the PAP.
Phua retired from politics after her electoral loss. She joined real estate consultancy Knight Frank Singapore in 2013 as its executive director of retail services. Phua was appointed as a director of Viking Offshore And Marine in 2015.
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