Tan Kok Wai
Tan Kok Wai
|Special Envoy of Malaysia to People's Republic of China|
1 August 2018 – 29 February 2020
|Prime Minister||Mahathir Mohamad|
|Preceded by||Ong Ka Ting|
|Succeeded by||Tiong King Sing|
|Chairman of Democratic Action Party|
|Assumed office |
29 March 2014
|Preceded by||Karpal Singh|
|Member of the Malaysian Parliament|
|Assumed office |
25 April 1995
|Preceded by||Constituency established|
Tan Kok Wai
7 October 1957
Sepang, Selangor, Federation of Malaya (now Malaysia)
|Political party||Democratic Action Party (DAP)|
|Pakatan Harapan (PH)|
Pakatan Rakyat (PR)
Barisan Alternatif (BA)
Gagasan Rakyat (GR)
|Children||One daughter and one son|
|Hanyu Pinyin||Chén Guówěi|
|Hokkien POJ||Tân Kok-uí|
Tan Kok Wai (simplified Chinese: 陈国伟; traditional Chinese: 陳國偉; pinyin: Chén Guówěi; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tân Kok-uí; born 7 October 1957) is a Malaysian politician. He had served as the Special Envoy of the Prime Minister of Malaysia to the People's Republic of China, equivalent to a ministerial rank from 2018 to 2020. Tan is the Member of parliament of Malaysia for the Cheras constituency in Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur. He is also the National Chairman of the Democratic Action Party (DAP) in the governing Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition.
It has been reported that Tan is known for his "fearless approach" in dealing with the government and "no-nonsense straight-up style".
|1986||P102 Sungai Besi, Kuala Lumpur||Tan Kok Wai (DAP)||22,188||49.12%||Mook Soon Man (MCA)||20,662||45.74%||45,408||1,526||70.01%|
|Shariffuddin Budin (PAS)||2,320||5.14%|
|1990||Tan Kok Wai (DAP)||32,169||56.56%||Tan Chai Ho (MCA)||23,313||40.99%||57,303||8,856||70.87%|
|Abdul Hamid Selamat (IND)||1,389||2.44%|
|1995||P111 Cheras, Kuala Lumpur||Tan Kok Wai (DAP)||29,240||66.30%||Mook Soon Man (MCA)||14,865||33.70%||44,329||14,375||69.38%|
|1999||Tan Kok Wai (DAP)||27,579||59.63%||Lee Boon Kok (MCA)||18,587||40.19%||46,465||8,992||70.63%|
|2004||P123 Cheras, Kuala Lumpur||Tan Kok Wai (DAP)||26,940||62.70%||Lee Boon Kok (MCA)||15,970||37.17%||43,200||10,970||63.72%|
|2008||Tan Kok Wai (DAP)||39,253||78.00%||Jeffrey Goh Sim Ik (MCA)||10,953||21.76%||50,571||28,300||74.58%|
|2013||Tan Kok Wai (DAP)||48,249||81.53%||Teoh Chee Hooi (MCA)||10,840||18.32%||59,492||37,409||82.00%|
|2018||Tan Kok Wai (DAP)||56,671||89.00%||Heng Sinn Yee (MCA)||7,006||11.00%||64,074||49,665||81.29%|
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