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Fernando Chui
Fernando Chui
Sai On, GCM (Chinese: 崔世安; pinyin: Cuī Shì'ān; born 13 January 1957) is the second and current Chief Executive of Macau. He was the Macau's Secretary for Social and Cultural Affairs from 1999 to 2009. Chui was born in 1957 to local construction tycoon Chui Tak Seng and Chan Keng Fan, the second son after Chui Sai Cheong. His wife is a niece of the late Hong Kong
Hong Kong
tycoon Henry Fok
Henry Fok
Ying-tung.

Contents

1 Education 2 Chief Executive of Macau 3 List of policy addresses 4 Election results

4.1 Legislative Assembly 4.2 Chief Executive

5 Charities 6 Scandals 7 Honours 8 References

Education[edit] In Macau, Chui attended Lingnan High School and then finished high school at Hawaiian Mission Academy
Hawaiian Mission Academy
in Honolulu
Honolulu
before pursuing his post-secondary education. Chui obtained his university training in the United States where he obtained his various degrees:

Bachelor's degree in City Hygiene Administration from California State University, Sacramento[1] PhD in Public Health at the University of Oklahoma[1] Registered member of the American Association of Public Hygiene Registered member of the American Association for the Management of Medical Affairs

He was guest professor at the Huanan Teachers Training University. Due to studying in the United States at a younger age, Chui did not have the opportunity to study Mandarin, and thus does not speak it well. This was evident when he made his oath of acceptance as the Chief Executive of Macao in front of President Hu Jintao. Chief Executive of Macau[edit] Prior to his current position, Chui served as a member of the Fifth Legislative Assembly of the Macau
Macau
Government. In June 2009 Chui declared himself the sole candidate for Macau's chief executive election. He was nominated by 286 members of the 300-member election committee. On election day, 26 July, 282 committee members voted for Chui (14 blank, 4 abstention). He assumed his new role as Chief Executive of Macau
Chief Executive of Macau
in December 2009.[2][3][4][5] List of policy addresses[edit]

Year English title Portuguese title Chinese title

2017 Development Plan in Progress for Building a Perfect Home "Implementação Progressiva do Planeamento, Construção Conjunta de um Bom Lar" 逐步落實規劃 共建美好家園

2016 Boosting the economy, focusing on livelihoods, and ensuring stable development "Impulsionar a economia, promover o bem-estar da população, consolidar o desenvolvimento" 促經濟 重民生 穩發展

2015 Coordinate planning to ensure stable development Converge collective wisdom to open new chapters "Coordenar o planeamento, promover o desenvolvimento estável Reunir sabedorias da sociedade, alcançar conjuntamente novos progressos" 統籌規劃 穩健發展 匯聚民智 同創新篇

2014 Enhance Underlying Strength and Promote Sustainable Development "Aumentar a capacidade global e promover o desenvolvimento sustentável" 增強綜合實力 促進持續發展

2013 Enhance the Well-being of Society and Prepare for Long-term Development "Melhorar o bem-estar da população e planear o desenvolvimento a longo prazo" 增進民生福祉 立足長遠發展

2012 Promoting Adequate Diversification of the Economy and Raising Overall Standard of Living Promover a diversificação adequada da economia e elevar a qualidade de vida da população 推動經濟適度多元 提高民生綜合水平

2011 Adopting a Scientific Approach to Public Administration; Drawing a Blueprint for Future Development "Desenvolvimento concertado e progresso harmonioso" 落實科學施政 規劃發展藍圖

2010 Coordinated Development in Harmony "Desenvolvimento concertado e progresso harmonioso" 協調發展 和諧共進

Election results[edit] Legislative Assembly[edit]

Year Candidate Hare quota Mandate List Votes List Pct

1992 Fernando Chui
Fernando Chui
Sai On (UDP) 3,271 №5/8 6,543 23.75%

Chief Executive[edit]

Year Candidate Votes Pct

2009 Fernando Chui
Fernando Chui
Sai On 282 95.27%

2014 Fernando Chui
Fernando Chui
Sai On 380 96.95%

Charities[edit]

Executive manager and director of Medical and Health Department of the Tung Sin Tong Charitable Institution President of Macau
Macau
Jaycees Executive Director of Macau
Macau
Kiang Wu Hospital Charitable Association board member of the Macau
Macau
Eye-Bank Foundation Vice President of the Association of the Management Professionals Honorary President of the Association of Nursing Staff of Macau

Chui is also involved in youth and education causes including:

tutor in the Chamber of Commerce for International Youth member of the Youth Committee of the Macau
Macau
Government headmaster of the Kiang Ping School President of the Youth Association of the Kiang Wu Hospital member and Standing Committee member of All-China Youth Federation

Scandals[edit] Chui has been linked to several scandals during his time as a minister of Edmund Ho's administration.[6] Most notably, the East Asian Games in 2005 were run under Chui's portfolio and put him in the midst of the Ao Man Long scandal. The games ran over budget by 70%. Ao allegedly received a MOP50 million (US$6.2 million) bribe in connection with the construction contract for the games' centerpiece, the Macau
Macau
Dome indoor arena. Overall, that project wound up costing MOP640 million, MOP285 million over budget. As a result, he was extremely unpopular amongst the pro-democracy camp even before he was elected as the chief executive.[7][8] In 2016, Chui was caught up in allegations of transferring Macau's reserves to the mainland. He was accused of favouritism after the Macau
Macau
Foundation – a quasi-official foundation of which he is chairman and of which his brother heads the supervisory board – donated 100 million yuan ($15.4 million) of public money to Jinan University
Jinan University
in Guangzhou, of which he is deputy head of the board. The Macanese government said that the donation was made in return for China’s long-standing support to the SAR.[9] Honours[edit]

Grand-Cross of the Order of Merit, Portugal
Portugal
(9 May 2014)[10]

References[edit]

^ a b Cheng, Jonathan (27 July 2009). " Macau
Macau
Picks Chief in Time of Transition". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 29 January 2012.  ^ Pomfret, James (26 July 2009). "FACTBOX – Five facts about Macau and new leader Fernando Chui". Reuters. Retrieved 29 January 2012.  ^ "Macau's sole leadership candidate denies link to land deal". Google. AFP. 11 July 2009. Retrieved 29 January 2012.  ^ "Macao kicks off third-term chief executive election". Xinhua News Agency. 26 July 2009. Retrieved 29 January 2012.  ^ Olczak, Nicholas (26 July 2009). "Incoming Macau
Macau
Chief Brings Hopes of Casino Recovery (Update1)". Bloomberg. Retrieved 29 January 2012.  ^ Muhammad Cohen (25 June 2009). "Macau's election a sure bet". Asia Times. Retrieved 29 January 2012.  ^ May 2009&type=politics [dead link] ^ "Jornal Tribuna de Macau". Jtm.com.mo. Archived from the original on 26 February 2012. Retrieved 29 January 2012.  ^ http://www.scmp.com/news/china/article/1942540/macau-leader-accused-favouritism-after-100m-yuan-university-donation ^ "Cidadãos Estrangeiros Agraciados com Ordens Portuguesas". Página Oficial das Ordens Honoríficas Portuguesas. Retrieved 1 August 2017. 

Information on the major officials and the Procurator-General of the MSAR

Political offices

Preceded by Antonio Salavessa da Costa as Secretary for Communications, Tourism and Culture Macau
Macau
Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture 1999–2009 Succeeded by Cheong U

Preceded by Alarcão Troni as Secretary for Social Affairs and Budget

Preceded by Edmund Ho
Edmund Ho
Hau Wah Chief Executive of Macau 2009–present Incumbent

Order of precedence

First Macau
Macau
order of precedence Chief Executive Succeeded by Sam Hou Fai President of the Court of Final Appeal

Preceded by CY Leung Chief Executive of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
SAR Orders of precedence in the People's Republic of China Chief Executive of Macau
Chief Executive of Macau
SAR Incumbent

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Provincial level government leaders in China (list)

Municipalities (Mayors)

Beijing: Chen Jining Chongqing: Tang Liangzhi Shanghai: Ying Yong Tianjin: Zhang Guoqing

Provinces (Governors)

Anhui: Li Guoying Fujian: Tang Dengjie Gansu: Tang Renjian Guangdong: Ma Xingrui Guizhou: Shen Yiqin Hainan: Shen Xiaoming Hebei: Xu Qin Heilongjiang: Wang Wentao Henan: Chen Run'er Hubei: Wang Xiaodong Hunan: Xu Dazhe Jiangsu: Wu Zhenglong Jiangxi: Liu Qi Jilin: Jing Junhai Liaoning: Tang Yijun Qinghai: Wang Jianjun Shaanxi: Liu Guozhong Shandong: Gong Zheng Shanxi: Lou Yangsheng Sichuan: Yin Li Yunnan: Ruan Chengfa Zhejiang: Yuan Jiajun

Autonomous regions (Chairmen)

Guangxi: Chen Wu Inner Mongolia: Bu Xiaolin Ningxia: Xian Hui Tibet: Che Dalha Xinjiang: Shohrat Zakir

SARs (Chief Executives)

Hong Kong: Carrie Lam Macau: Fernando Chui

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Chief Executive of Macau

Edmund Ho
Edmund Ho
Hau Wah Fernando Chui
Fernando Chui
Sai On

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Members of the Executive Council of Macau

President: Fernando Chui
Fernando Chui
(Chief Executive)1

Convenor

Leong Heng Teng

Members

Sonia Chan Liu Chak Wan Alexandre Ma Leonel Alberto Alves Cheang Chi Keong Chan Meng Kam Ho Sut Heng Eddie Wong Peter Lam Chan Chak Mo

1 The Chief Executive serves as the President of the ExCo, but is not a member of the ExCo.

Authority control

WorldCat Identities VIAF: 96848917

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