Union for Development
|Union for Development|
União Para O Desenvolvimento
|Chairman||Ho Sut Heng (何雪卿)|
|Ideology||Socialism with Chinese characteristics|
|National affiliation||Pan-establishment camp
|Politics of Macau
The Union for Development (simplified Chinese: 同心协进会; traditional Chinese: 同心協進會, Portuguese: União Para O Desenvolvimento) is a political party in the Chinese Special Administrative Region of Macau, a former Portuguese possession. Macau is a state in which political parties don't play a role. Though some civic groups put forward lists at the elections and might be considered parties. At the last elections in Macau, 25 September 2005, the group won 13.3% of the popular vote and 2 out of 12 popular elected seats.
- Tong Chi Kin, 1992-2001
- Fernando Chui, 1992-1996
- Leong Iok Wa, 2001-2005
- Kwan Tsui Hang, 2005-present
- Lee Chong Cheng, 2009-2013
- "Union for Development". Union for Development. Retrieved 12 July 2013.
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