The other 20

The list is 20 and so they failed to include. If they were 40, they would be part. These are important voices, though in many cases not so decisive.

MB December Special Report | 20 + 20 = the most influential

 NamePositionWhy in the list
1Alex ChoiUM ProfessorAn independent voice
2Carlos Morais JoséPublisher and editor of Hoje Macau Portuguese-spoken newspaperHis editorials must be read. He defends a democratization with reservations.
3Cloee Chaodirector of Professionals for Gaming of New MacauThe loudest voice among the gaming workers
4Daisy HoChairman of SJM HoldingsJust the sister of Pansy and Lawrence or much more?
5David ChowBusinessmanHe has multiple business interests in and out of Macau; could be on the front line for 7th license
6Eilo YuUM professor and political commentatorRegular presence in the media in all three languages, largely because of their academic interests: political systems and democracy
7Eric SautedéScholar and political commentatorProbably the most critical voice of the power installed in Macau (living now in Hong Kong)
8Fong Chi Keong Former member of the Legislative Assembly and a businessmanOften known as “Fong (Firing) Cannon” (馮大炮) for his radical talking in AL.
9Francis Lui Vice Chairman of Galaxy Entertainment GroupThe face of the second most important local gambling operator
10Gabriel TongDirector of the Faculty of Law and former Member appointed by the Chief ExecutiveThe voice against the Land Law
11Jason ChaoPolitical activist and LGBT rights campaigner. He was President of the New Macau AssociationThe most consistent political opponent of power, after Ng Kuok Cheong
12Ji ChaoyuanResearcher from IPM’s One Country Two Systems Research Centre One of the Center’s most sought-after academics by journalists and one of the most productive
13Larry SoFormer IPM Professor and political commentatorThe most prolific of political commentators in Macau
14Lawrence HoFounder and CEO of Melco ResortsHe is only 42 years old and leads one of six gambling operators. The future has to count on him.
15Li GuangGeneral manager of Bank of China Macau Branch‘The finance minister in the shadow’. Foreign exchange policy must pass through him
16Lionel LeongSecretary of Economy and FinanceHe has gained a great deal of political capital in the last five years, but has not confirmed it, giving up the fight for nomination as CE.
17Raimundo RosárioSecretary for Transport and Public WorksBrought a new style to governance. He apologized, said he did not know and criticized deputies
18Paul PunSecretary-general of Caritas MacauIt is an intervening voice in the social area, credited for the work he has done.
19Susana ChouFormer President of the Legislative Assembly. Businesswoman.She withdrew but did not disappear. Her personal blog posts are very popular.
20Wong Sio ChakSecretary for Security Security is increasingly tight, and he is the face of this transformation