|Member of the Malaysian Parliament|
for Bentong, Pahang
|Assumed office |
10 May 2018
|Preceded by||Liow Tiong Lai (MCA-BN)|
|Born||14 March 1959|
Seri Telemong, Bentong, Pahang, Federation of Malaya (now Malaysia)
|Political party||Democratic Action Party (Malaysia) (DAP)|
|Pakatan Harapan (PH)|
Pakatan Rakyat (PR)
|Occupation||Politician / Environmentalist|
Wong Tack (simplified Chinese: 黄德; traditional Chinese: 黃德; pinyin: Huáng Dé) is a Malaysian politician. He represents the Bentong federal constituency in Parliament. He is a member of the Democratic Action Party (DAP), a component party of the Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition.
He had stay in Sabah for a few years. Wong Tack is the chairperson of Himpunan Hijau, or Green Assembly a Malaysian environmentalist movement protesting against the Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP), a rare earth processing plant operating in Gebeng, Kuantan, Pahang which he founded in 2011.
He came close to defeating the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) president Liow Tiong Lai in the 2013 general election, losing by a total 379 votes. During the 2018 general election he defeated Liow for the Bentong parliamentary seat with a 2,032 majority.
|2013||Wong Tack (DAP)||25,568||49.63%||Liow Tiong Lai (MCA)||25,947||50.37%||51,515||379||84.52%|
|2018||Wong Tack (DAP)||25,716||46.67%||Liow Tiong Lai (MCA)||23,684||42.98%||55,106||2,032||83.40%|
|Balasubramaniam Nachiapan (PAS)||5,706||10.35%|
- "Liow loses Bentong to Wong Tack". thestar.com.my. 10 May 2018.
- "Wong Tack may not get second shot in GE14 amid rioting trial". Malaysiakini. 25 February 2018.
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