United Citizens Association of Macau
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The United Citizens Association of Macau (Chinese: 澳門民聯協進會; Portuguese: Associação dos Cidadãos Unidos de Macau) is a political party in the Chinese Special Administrative Region of Macau. 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 16.6% of the popular vote and 2 out of 12 popular elected seats.
- Chan Meng Kam, 2005–present (co-owner of U Wa and shareholder in Pearl Oriental Enterprises Limited)
- Ung Choi Kun, 2005-2013
- Si Ka Lom, 2013–present
- Song Pek Kei, 2013–present
- "United Citizens Association of Macau". United Citizens Association of Macau. Retrieved 12 July 2013.
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