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Chan Meng Kam unlikely to participate in elections

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 either the direct or indirect elections. The legislator, however, has yet to confirm his participation, […]

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 either the direct or indirect elections. The legislator, however, has yet to confirm his participation, or lack thereof.
The businessman has been an elected legislator since 2005: the last election ranked his list first, with 18 per cent of the votes cast, securing three seats for himself plus incumbent legislators Song Pek Kei and Si Ka Lon.
According to Song, the final decision on whether Chan will join the list of candidates for the election will be announced in the coming days.

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