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ISSUE 118 - Feb 2014
 
 
What are your expectations for the gross gaming revenue growth of Macau’s gaming industry in 2014?
Decline
Growth above 10 percent
Growth from 0 to 10 percent
Stagnation
 
 

Angela Leong’s ticket demands a recount of votes


Posted: 9/17/2013 12:27:31 PM
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Angela Leong On Kei has asked the Election Commission for a recount of votes from Sunday’s Legislative Assembly election.

Ms Leong, an executive director of SJM Holdings Ltd, said the results were “not fair” and she would “definitely appeal”.

Her ticket fell 16 votes short of securing a second directly elected seat, which would have gone to her running mate, Kent Wong Seng Hong, a consultant to Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd.

The high number of spoiled ballots should be looked into, Ms Leong said. There were 146,453 valid votes, 1,083 were blank and 4,345 spoiled.



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