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Sunday, July 23, 2017
Legislator Chan Meng Kam has unveiled his strategy for the coming legislative elections. His whole group has decided to divide its forces in two for maximum exposure. With past election successes under his belt, he has confirmed, however, that he will not personally run.
Legislator Chan Meng Kam is unlikely to be involved in the coming legislative elections in September, local broadcaster TDM has reported. The owner of Hotel Golden Dragon and Chairman of City University of Macau, Chan will probably not run in...
Ng Lap Seng’s defence claims the real estate developer, charged in the U.S. in a multi-million dollar bribery case, is a philanthropist
Local billionaire real estate developer Ng Lap Seng goes to trial today on charges of bribery of United Nations officials, for which he has pleaded not guilty. The bribes were allegedly to pave the way for the construction of...
Between a rock and a hard place. The Chief Executive has spoken out regarding World Heritage sites in the MSAR. With particular reference to UNESCO concerns about sightlines. Confirming the gov’t will protect the sites - and that he was not concerned about listing despite previous critical reports.
The local anti-graft body, the Commission Against Corruption (CCAC), has reiterated that gaming operators must not help promote any given candidate or list of candidates for the upcoming Legislative Assembly elections. The affirmation comes after a meeting held at the...
Chief Executive Fernando Chui Sai On will meet with authorities in Shanghai on Wednesday to review the cooperation between the two cities and discuss further collaboration, according to a press release by the Government’s Spokesperson Office. In particular, the Chief...
A sharp increase in the number of signatures repeated on more than one candidacy list. Prompting the Chairman of the Electoral Affairs Commission to announce that steps will be taken to ascertain the reason. Legal consequences have not been ruled out.

A New Hope

Regarding the manifesto of the group for this year’s election, Coutinho revealed that “the basic necessities of life and death are our demands”
Lawmakers Ng Kuok Cheong and Au Kam San are again leading two different electoral lists and have submitted their nominations
After receiving eight applications for independent electoral parties, the Electoral Commission for this year’s Legislative Assembly elections found 14 people had repeated signatures
The Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lionel Leong Vai Tac, has appointed Ng Wai Han as Deputy-director of the city’s Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL), effective today, lasting for a year. According to a dispatch posted yesterday in the Official Gazette,...
The Macau Government has appointed Mok Iun Lei as co-ordinator for the Permanent Secretariat of the Forum for Economic and Trade Co-operation between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries (Macau) (GASPF), according to a dispatch released yesterday in the Official Gazette....
The MSAR and Hengqin are ideal for developing the health, beauty and medical tourism industries, according to the chairman and founder of Foxconn Technology Group, Terry Guo, who met with Chief Executive Chui Sai On on Monday to exchange...
Start of the corruption trial against Ng Lap Seng delayed by 30 days
Cloee Chao, president of the New Macau Gaming Professionals Association, has pledged to run in the upcoming legislative election, submitting her nomination list on Friday, according to TDM Radio news. The gaming activist claims her participation in this year’s Legislative...
During yesterday’s Legislative Assembly session lawmakers queried the Administration’s resolve. Following domestic watchdogs’ reports on corrupt practices in gov’t departments. Identifying some of the most relevant graft cases of late, they complained that the Executive is ignoring recommendations.
Five years after the Wynn-Okada spat, one of the 17 named in a report into alleged ‘improper relationships’ between Okada and Pagcor officials, is taking Wynn Macau to court. In Macau. In question is personal data protection, which had previously resulted in a MOP20,000 fine for Wynn, as it allegedly transferred the data outside the territory.
After two and a half years as the president of the New Macau Association (ANM), pro-democratic activist Scott Chiang is leaving the role, effective June 9, and will be ‘on leave in this transition period’. Chiang noted that his...
The Secretary also claimed that the government will start consultations on the evaluation system apropos official accountability by year end
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